We use bamboo instead of wood or plastic whenever we can, because it’s a strong, fast-growing, renewable, and sustainable building material.
Bajío t-shirts are made with sustainable GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. GOTS stands for Global Organic Textile Standard—a worldwide leading textile processing standard for organic fibers.
The majority of our frames are plant-derived. Instead of petroleum-based plastics, we make frames from castor plants.
When it comes to packaging, why wouldn’t we use recycled paper? Using 100% recycled instead of 100% virgin fiber paper saves 100% of the trees, uses 69% less energy, uses 47% less water, and creates 39% less solid waste.
When it comes to storing your sunglasses, Bajío is in pursuit of the best case scenario. We’ve never wanted to use a traditional plastic sunglass case.
The search for the best bio-based frames is ongoing. Without sacrificing performance, we are driving the change from traditional materials to greener options.
While you might think there’s plenty of sand available to make glass, humans use more of it than we do oil. Thankfully, glass is 100% recyclable— it comes from the Earth and goes back to the Earth.
When we first learned that we could create sunglass frames from discarded coconut husks—a by-product of food production—we jumped for joy.
Sunglasses are the heart of Bajío - fresh eyes for long days on the water. Lightweight bio-based frames paired with blue light blocking polarized lenses for the perfect fishing solution.
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