A far cry from designer label sunglasses, Activist Eyewear is more concerned with social good than building a reputation of luxury. Rejecting the producing of sunglasses in large quantities, the company creates unique frames in limited numbers.
Activist Eyewear sunglasses are designed in Brooklyn, and made in Japan. They draw their inspiration from classic designs like the aviator and wayfarer. The company only produces 718 pairs (a tribute to its area code) of each design. With such a limited quantity, the sunglasses line ensures you don't run the risk of wearing the same pair of sunnies as someone else on the street.
Mixing social good with style, Activist Eyewear is definitely a company that checks off all the points in my book.