Sayonara to that sinking feeling: Bamzoo Shades for surfing, SUP, sailing and more
Brothers-in-law Luke Wilsterman and Vaughan Denny were out wake surfing on Lake Allatoona near Atlanta, Georgia, when their friend lost a pair of $300 designer sunglasses over the side of the boat. “That’s the second pair in two weeks!” he groaned. “If you dredged this lake you’d find thousands of dollars’ worth of sunken shades.”
That got them thinking: when you’re out enjoying the lake, river, ocean or seaside, chances are pretty good that it could be sunny and you might just be wearing sunglasses. So why don’t we wear sunnies that float?
For some, plastic may be fantastic – but it does have a habit of sinking in water. Bamboo is a grass that grows quickly, which makes it a sustainable building and design material. And because it’s porous, it floats. With this in mind, Luke and Vaughan unleashed Bamzoo Shades on the world – bamboo sunglasses that float.
Bamzoo Shades are available in at www.bamzooshadeseurope.com