Embrace the Outdoors with Vuarnet x ASPENX Trek Sunglasses

Sustainable, stylish, protective outdoor eyewear

There's an old saying, “Skiing is a dance, and the mountain always leads.” The true masters of the dance know that it's not just about the moves but the gear that complements them. So, when two giants of the outdoor world join hands, you can expect nothing less than a spectacle. The Vuarnet and ASPENX collaboration is just that – a spectacle in the form of Trek sunglasses.

These shades are a statement in themselves – not only in terms of style, but also in the narrative they uphold. They're made from natural nylon derived from castor beans, an ingenious blend of nature and technology, no less. And the fact that they're crafted in France just adds a touch of glamour, doesn't it?

The design is one to vouch for. High-performance shield extending your field of view over 180 degrees? Check. Frames flexible yet resilient enough to take a few knocks? Double-check. And the cherry on top? A frame that molds to your face for that perfect fit. These are not just sunglasses; they are a testament to the sheer innovation that aims to enhance your outdoor experience.

The recycled neoprene strap, made from plastic bottles, speaks volumes about the brand's commitment to sustainability. Likewise, the bio-based frames and lenses are recyclable, emphasizing the green spirit of these sunglasses.

I must mention the color – Black and Grey with HD Rainbow Flash lenses. It brings an extra dash of panache, doesn't it?

The French-made organic glass intensifies colors and visual perception, marrying functionality with aesthetic appeal. You might not realize how significant this is until you're out there on the slopes, and your eyes are protected yet not missing any of the scenery.

The protection offered is comprehensive, from UV to harmful blue light. You can almost feel your eyes breathing a sigh of relief as soon as you don these sunglasses.

On the practicality front, the sunglasses are available for prescription – a nice touch for those who need that bit of extra assistance.

For $265, they might seem like a splurge, but every cent is an investment in high-quality, environmentally-conscious gear that stands out in both form and function.

These unisex sunglasses are suitable for large faces, making them a versatile accessory for any outdoor enthusiast or even a fashion-forward individual who appreciates unique and thoughtfully designed accessories.

The Trek sunglasses aren't just a piece of protective eyewear; they're a statement, a declaration that you prioritize quality, sustainability, and style even in your outdoor gear. So, whether you're carving your path down a snow-blanketed slope or enjoying a coffee in an alpine café, these glasses will serve you well.


  1. Eco-Friendly: The sunglasses are made from natural nylon derived from castor beans and feature a recycled neoprene strap, making them an environmentally-conscious choice.
  2. Durable and Resistant: The flexible yet ultra-resistant frames and high impact resistant lenses ensure durability and longevity of use.
  3. Comfortable Fit: Adjustable rubber nose pads and shape memory frames adapt to all face shapes for a comfortable fit.
  4. High-Performance Design: The shield design extends the field of view over 180 degrees, making it suitable for various outdoor activities.
  5. Quality Lenses: French-made organic glass intensifies colors and visual perception, increasing visual comfort.
  6. Comprehensive Protection: Provides 100% UV Protection, along with protection against Infra-red and Harmful Blue Light.
  7. Unisex Model: Suitable for large faces and both genders, providing versatility.


  1. Pricey: At $265, they are on the expensive side, which might not suit all budgets.
  2. Size: As a large model, these might not be suitable for individuals with smaller faces.
  3. Color Choice: Currently only available in Black – Grey / HD Rainbow Flash, which may not appeal to everyone.
  4. Made in Italy, not France: Although the sunglasses are made using French organic glass, the overall production is in Italy. This may be a point of contention for some, given Vuarnet's French origin.


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