The Inti were inspired by the Sun God, the most worshiped in Inca culture. Homages to the god Inti are still found today on many flags and images of South American countries.
To honor this legendary god of Inca culture, our Inti model represents the contrast of light and darkness created by the sun itself. The round frame is characterized by the contrast between light and dark wood and the detail of the interrupted exterior wood
Provides a unique style, ideal for those looking to stand out with a product with a different and original look.
Plant 5 trees with a PICA·PAU Woodcraft
For each purchase, PICA·PAU donates a part of its revenue so that 5 trees are planted, acting in partnership with reforestation projects around the world .
Includes our cork box, foldable, hard and resistant. With a rustic look, it was designed to facilitate transport, taking up as little space as possible.
We believe that we should give more to the planet than we takeand so, so we plant 5 trees for every pair of glasses sold, acting in partnership with reforestation projects all around the world. In this way, we are able to ensure that our ecological footprint is negative and that we do not pollute the environment.
We work in partnership with organizations such as the Trillion Tree Campaign, Trees For the Future or WWF.
To support conservation, we use only natural and renewable materials in the production of our sunglasses. The wood used to make our sunglasses comes from sustainable forests and reclaimed skateboard boards.
We also use bamboo , one of the most renewable natural materials in the world. Bamboo is incredibly strong, light and flexible. It is also the fastest growing plant on our planet, reaching a growth rate of up to 1 meter per day!