Your questions answered about Lani Shades
Q1. Why wear wood sunglasses?
A1. Because wood sunglasses are awesome! :) Not only do they look cool, they're lightweight, durable and generally float if you drop them in the water. If they float away, that's less plastic in the ocean and plastic trash in the ocean sucks.
Q2. Why are Lani Shades lenses special?
Q2. Lani Shades Lani Tech lenses are made of a 9 layer process of triacetate cellulose (TAC) optical film which produces remarkably clear optics, provides excellent impact resistance and finished off with a double layer of scratch resistance. Compare them to your favorite high end brand, seeing is believing!
Q3. Do you offer different styles and sizes for male, female, child or different face shapes?
A3. The main styles of Lani Shades, the "Eddie" and "Duke" styles are unisex for adults and based off the most popular frame style/ shape to fit the average man or woman. The models we have on our website is a good guide for how they look on different people. Unfortunately it's not practical for us to offer a wide variety of sizes and shapes. But if you're concerned that you'll order them and they wont fit or look good, don't worry- just send them back to us for a refund within 90 days no problem!
Q4. Do all Lani Shades wood sunglasses float?
A4. As water people this is important to us. Wood naturally floats, right? Well actually some wood floats better than other types and it also depends on the wood grain of certain types of wood and how long it stays in the water. Lani Shades wood frames are finished with a light wax to protect the wood and keep the moisture out. The stainless steel spring hinges also weigh the frames down a bit. We've float tested all models of Lani Shades and we can say that the Lani Ohe bamboo collection floats the best- buy these if you're specifically looking for sunglasses that always float. The Lani Kai skateboard wood collection floats pretty well too but might sit a little lower in the water. The Lani Nui kosso wood collection all generally float but if you have a particularly unique wood grain it might not float as well especially if it's been in the water for awhile. If you float test your Lanis and they don't float the way you want them to and this is important to you, no problem- send them back and we'll replace them or refund you.
Q5. Can I buy Lani Shades in a store?
A5. Good question! Currently we sell mostly online and at craft fairs on Oahu. You can also buy them from a select and growing ohana of retail partners at this link. If you own a shop and would like to offer Lani Shades, please get in touch - we would love to hear from you!