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Feature | SHWOOD Eyewear – McKenzie Sunglasses

Make a statement with an iconic and unique pair of sunglasses.

The Shwood McKenzie sunglasses features rounded lenses and curving lines, which come together to create a strong feminine silhouette. Real wood inlays and metal accents add a natural dimension for a look that’s perfect in any situation.

The Mckenzie looks good on oval, rectangle, diamond, and heart face shapes.

above photo credit: SHWOOD – McKenzie Sunglasses


See more Shwood Eyewear sunglasses styles designed for men and women.


While originally known for pioneering the wooden sunglasses trend, Shwood leads the eyewear industry in material innovations and unique craftsmanship and product design. 

The brand’s core purpose is to inspire curiosity through the creative use of natural materials. Located in Portland Oregon since 2009, Shwood started from a 10’x10′ woodshed and now is a global collaboration of the finest craftspeople and suppliers. Their process was built on trial, error, and an obsession with quality.


Shwood’s sunglasses collection is crafted from the world’s finest natural materials and optical components. 


Shwood’s 13-ply construction merges premium hardwoods with ultra-thin aluminum stringers for industry-leading durability and featherweight comfort.


Crafted in Italy from cotton and wood pulp, Mazzucchelli acetate is known for its beautiful designs, supple textures, and 100 year legacy of quality.


A new innovation in the eyewear market, Shwood developed an in-house resin-casting technique to literally freeze elements of nature in time.


Designed with the outdoors in mind, Shwood Optics proprietary lenses are crafted from CR-39 resin, boasting the highest clarity on the market.  All lenses offer 100% UVA/UVB protection.  Polarized models include an optical grade 5-layer Anti-Reflective coating.


In addition to their core materials, Shwood developed over 15 new material innovations in the eyewear market.  These materials include stone, newspaper, oxidized copper, glass, abalone shell, vinyl records, and many more.