Waterhaul are a social enterprise based in Cornwall, England that intercept plastic from our oceans and transform it into high-quality, functional products for adventure and ‘symbols for change’. In Spring 2019, Waterhaul launched its first release – a range of eyewear frames made from 100% recycled fishing nets. Two styles of functional, durable frames are available, paired with polarised, mineral glass lenses to create the most sustainable product possible. Both the Kynance and Fitzroy style frames contain 0% virgin plastics, 100% recycled fishing nets. Frames come in a dark grey matte. Being 100% recycled, each pair has unique, subtle flecked patterns which allude to their origin. The frames are covered by Waterhaul’s ‘Recycle and Replace’ lifetime guarantee – damaged frames components can go back into the plastic recycling loop to create new pairs. The extremely high quality, polarised, Barberini Platinum Glass™ glass lenses are usually reserved for high-end designer eyewear. Optical glass is the clearest medium through which we can observe the world and guarantees: The clearest possible perception of colours and contrasts, with maximum UV protection up to 400 nm (UV400) High resistance to scratches and mechanical stress 100% recyclability Lifetime warranty manufacturing defects and breakages “Waste is simply a misallocated resource” – we value ocean plastic as unique material which tells a story.