These Sunglasses Were Made From Recycled Skateboards
Aug 09, 2012 19:45
Got a skateboard that's out of commission? Ever wished you could recycle them into a pair of sunnies? These shades are made by fashion label Diamond Supply Co, and are constructed from recycled, multicolored layered wood taken from old skateboard decks.
They were announced earlier this week and will be available soon. No details on pricing just yet though.
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