Christmas Wishlist – Pala Neo Sunglasses

STORY BY Megan Hughes 8th December 2017

If you’re looking for a great Christmas gift that will also do some good this winter, look no further than Pala‘s Neo Sunglasses.

Two new variations on the classic Neo style, the Neo Crystal Blue and the Neo Crystal Silver Mirror are both going to be extremely popular additions to Pala’s ever-growing ethical collection.

The Neo Crystal Blue boasts a classy pale blue crystal frame combined with blue flash polarised lenses. Just as good worn on the ski slopes as worn on the beach. Meanwhile, the Neo Crystal Silver Mirror has a clear crystal frame with a rust-pink polarised lens finished with a silver mirror flash. A wayfarer has never looked so cool. Scratch resistant CR39 lenses with 100% UVA/UVB protection will keep your eyes well protected wherever your adventures take you.

With Pala sunglasses, you will be looking good while doing good! 640 million people are currently living without access to eyewear and Pala are trying to change this, using sales of their sunglasses to support life-changing vision projects in Africa. Proper eye care means that children can read and learn, while adults can work to provide for their families. From every pair of glasses bought, proceeds are put towards grants awarded to eye-care projects, funding creation of vision centres and dispensaries in Africa. Pala are partnered with Vision Aid Overseas, who have been providing eye tests and glasses for the past 30 years, helping over one million people worldwide.

The Pala Neo sunglasses are also available in four classic frame styles; dark tortoiseshell, matte black or transparent. The versatile Wayfarer shape of the Neo frames is achieves a well-balanced mix of classic, edgy and cool. The name is an African word for ‘gift’, so it’s only fitting that these sunglasses will make a fantastic Christmas present this year. However, saying that, they’re such a hit that no-one will judge if you only want to wrap them up for yourself.

All frames can also be used for prescription lenses and all glasses come with a microfibre soft bag for cleaning and protecting your lenses, as well as a case hand-woven from 100% recycled plastic waste by traditional weavers in three rural African communities.

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