Born from the limb of a Madrone tree, a rusty pair of cabinet hinges, and lenses from the corner store, Shwood has been a curious endeavor from the beginning. An endeavor to create a product that encompasses the individuality and uniqueness that can only be found in natural surroundings. Their eyewear is a successful experiment with nature.
Shwood’s in-house manufacturing process merges precision technology with classic skilled craftsmanship to create a timeless art form. Every step from veneering and precision lens cutting, to shaping and finishing is conducted in their own Portland-based workshop to promise an entirely handcrafted piece of wooden eyewear.
The well-mannered Oswald speaks sophistication through its classic panto-shaped wood frame and particular keyhole bridge. With lineage dating back to the 1930’s this time-tested style will bring out the intellectual in anyone with the confidence to make it their own.
The angular design of the classic-contemporary Govy makes it a perfect choice for anyone preferring wood sunglasses with an bold look. With a moderately boxier design, the Govy projects a slightly more masculine appearance than their Canby design, while still maintaining unisex appeal.
The aviator-inspired modeling of the Ashland pays tribute to classic utilitarian design while adding a unique twist to the traditional aesthetics. Offered in East Indian Rosewood and Zebrawood and coupled with polarized lenses, the Ashland follows in the footsteps of its forefathers delivering stylish simplicity.