Yes Man Sunnies – Handmade Bamboo Sunglasses on Kickstarter

Yes Man Watches, has been previously successful on Kickstarter by raising 217% of their goal on their first Kickstarter campaign.  Now, the Yes Man brand is back with some sick-looking handmade bamboo sunglasses.  These gorgeous polarized sunglasses made from bamboo and plastic can now be pre-ordered by pledging at least $30 at the Yes Man Sunnies Kickstarter campaign.

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Nathan Resnick, who is only a junior in college, by the way, is the man behind the brand.  He spent over a year in China while in school and has made the necessary bamboo and assembly factory connections to bring you inexpensive, high-quality and organic sunglasses.  These sunglasses are 100% polarized for UV protection.  While the Yes Man Sunnies will be at least $50 when they hit the retail market, you’ve got a chance to grab a pair for as low as $30 on Kickstarter.

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These Sunnies are available in many styles, so be sure to check out their Kickstarter campaign page.

If you’re in the market for new sunglasses at a great price, you’ve got to check out the Yes Man Sunnies Kickstarter campaign.  After only their first day, they reached 50% of their original goal.

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