Teresa Red Sunglasses
  • Teresa Red Sunglasses
  • Teresa Red Sunglasses
  • Teresa Red Sunglasses
  • Teresa Red Sunglasses
SKU : 00205512

Teresa Red Sunglasses

Red polarized UV 400 lens and a black sandalwood frame.
€ 59
Red polarized UV 400 lens and a black sandalwood frame.

The red polarized lens protects your eyes from UVA and UVB rays. The black sandalwood frame gives these glasses a handsome and stylish look. The sandalwood is very fine-grained and is therefore the second most expensive wood in the world. The flexible hinges makes them very comfortable to wear.

Where does the name come from?
Santa Teresa has become one of the top destination surf spots for surfers in search of the best waves in Costa Rica. Because of its rolling coastline, white sand beaches and notoriously ‘hollow’ low tide waves, Santa Teresa attracts surfers of different levels of expertise. Beginners, intermediates and advance surfers alike can find a perfect breaking wave that caters to their level of experience. Santa Teresa attracts yoga enthusiasts, adventurists, eco tourists and foodies to its eclectic mix of culture and cuisine. But perhaps its biggest draw is for those who appreciate the constant pounding of the surf on its pristine beaches. The waves in Santa Teresa are some of the most consistent that Costa Rica has to offer, making it a favorite spot to surfers around the world.

Frame: Black Sandalwood

Lens: Red, Polarized TAC (Triacetate Cellulose) of 7 Layer, Categorie 3 and UV400 protection – 100% protection from UVA and UVB rays

HInges: Flexible stainless steel hinges

Case: Soft case with cloth
Dimension (L x W x H) 0 x 0 x 0
Weight 0
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