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The quirky chic!
Have it your way.SizingLens: 50mm Bridge: 21mm Temple: 145mmLooks good onRound, Oval & Square faceMade from the good & conscious stuffThis pair of Lekh is made using plasticizer free bio based acetates.Packaged with love and sustainability in mind
All our eyewear comes packed with hard-case that is layered with 85% recycled material. The outer jacket is made up of:
- 52% post-consumer recycled polyvinyl butyral (PVB)
- 20% post-consumer recycled polyester (PL)
- 13% pre-conusmer recycled polybinyl butryal (PVB)
- 15% others
The inner lining of our hard cases, the pouch and the cloth are made from 100% recycled PET plastics.Frame WarrantiesBe assured! We are here to make good things and things good!
All our frames come with 1 year manufacturer’s warranty that covers any manufacturing defect. The warranty, however, does not cover the lenses though! Although all our lenses come with scratch-resistant coating, it is not destruction proof. Contact us, if you may require lens replacement and we will have it your way at the earliest.Shipping guideWe ship to Nepal, USA, UK & Australia.
All the necessary shipping costs are calculated during checkout based on their weight.
*Please be advised that you are responsible for any additional duties and/or import taxes that your country may charge.Gifting GuideChoosing gift for someone is always tricky. With Anthropose, you can also choose to gift a pair (or more) to your loved ones residing anywhere in Nepal, US, UK or Australia!Return/Exchange guideIf you are not satisfied with what you bought, you are in luck. We have a relaxed 5 days (from your date of delivery), no-question asked return policy for all our sunglasses purchased online.
If you want to return a product you purchased from a retailer, please contact that retailer directly for information on their return policy. View our return policy here.Promotional offers 🙂Every sale of Anthropose eyewear is geared towards providing free cataract surgeries to individuals in rural Nepal.