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KARÜN is a group of passionate people that believes that a different way of interacting with our planet is possible. They produce high-quality eyewear that can serve as a symbol of a new perspective of looking at the world. The eyewear is made under a circular, restorative and regenerative model, using recycled, natural and/or noble materials from Patagonia.
B Corporation assesses companies on their entire environmental and social performance. It certifies companies as B-Corp when business models and operations have a demonstrable positive impact on workers, the environment, the community, and customers.
Healthy Seas Member
A Company committed to preserving the marine environment and supporting the Healthy Seas Foundation by raising awareness about preserving our seas, preventing fishing net waste, collecting damaging marine plastics, and ensuring they are transformed into a valuable resource.
Packaging intended for consumers and businesses that has been designed with sustainability in mind and has a lower environmental impact than traditional forms of packaging, such as single-use plastic.
Engaging with communities locally or remotely through a range of socially beneficial initiatives, typically relating to job creation, environmental conservation, housing, education, or financial and medical support.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE - To clean your sunglasses, use water and soap avoiding all types of solvents or alcohol. Do not use dirty or abrasive cloths which could alter the features of their filter. Use only original accessories and spare parts.
PRESERVATION - Keep in the cloth or hard case in a dry place at a temperature between -10°C and +40°C.
'Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.'
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