Bio and recycled sunglasses

Here you'll find responsibly made frames in both bio and recycled acetate. The difference? Bio acetate is produced using bio-based plasticisers — made from renewable sources — instead of oil-based ones. Recycled acetate is made from pre-consumer waste — off-cuts from production that are collected and made into new frames.

20 frames
20 frames
Grace acetate glasses in Bio Black by Ace & Tate
Grace
Alfred acetate glasses in Botanical Haze by Ace & Tate
Alfred
Benjamin acetate glasses in Botanical Haze by Ace & Tate
Benjamin
Lauryn acetate glasses in Black by Ace & Tate
Lauryn
Benjamin acetate glasses in Bio Black by Ace & Tate
Benjamin
Lauryn acetate glasses in Cashew by Ace & Tate
Lauryn
Jack Large acetate glasses in Black by Ace & Tate
Jack Large
Lauryn acetate glasses in Concrete Jungle by Ace & Tate
Lauryn
Colin acetate glasses in Black by Ace & Tate
Colin
Andy acetate glasses in Bio Black by Ace & Tate
Andy
Jack acetate glasses in Black by Ace & Tate
Jack
Leo acetate glasses in Bio Black by Ace & Tate
Leo
Jack Large acetate glasses in Smoke by Ace & Tate
Jack Large
Sean acetate glasses in Botanical Haze by Ace & Tate
Sean
Blake acetate glasses in Fizz by Ace & Tate
Blake
Sean acetate glasses in Smoke by Ace & Tate
Sean
Nate acetate glasses in Bio Black by Ace & Tate
Nate
Jack acetate glasses in Smoke by Ace & Tate
Jack
Lukas acetate glasses in Sky Blue by Ace & Tate
Lukas
Rocky acetate glasses in Concrete Jungle by Ace & Tate
Rocky
Responsibly made frames

Bio acetate is like regular acetate, except it's mixed with bio-based plasticisers — made from renewable sources — instead of oil-based ones. It’s recyclable and biodegradable, too. We’re increasing production of bio acetate frames each season.

You'll also find frames made from recycled acetate, here. The difference? Recycled acetate is made from pre-consumer waste — off-cuts from production that are melted down, formed into new acetate sheets and cut into frames.