Sunglasses That Float

I’ve been rafting since I was a kid, kayaking since high school and just took up paddle boarding. I ran into two problems while enjoying these sports: the exposure from the sun and losing things into the water. So I created a company to provide a rad product that takes care of those two huge issues.

Westwood Sunglasses float in water and they look incredible. They’re made entirely of wood and the lenses are polarized. We’ve been growing like crazy and anyone who does any sport or recreation near water has loved them.

Please email me if you have any questions about the shades. You can get your own right now from our crowd funding campaign at


It’s the one pair of sunglasses you’ll never lose.

Michael Diamond

Just get a cord with float thingy to fasten the the earclips on your glasses,or use a cork and some lite cord.


Nice wood
The glasses are certainly attractive, but I always use Croakies to retain my polarized sunglasses, on and off the water. They never get misplaced or wind up overboard (unless accompanied by me).

Best wishes on your project.



– Last Updated: Nov-22-14 11:16 PM EST –

...they don't come Rx, not to mention with progressive lenses, that down here absolutely MUST be polarized for time on the water. Need all those features in a pair of shades, otherwise it's a no-go. Best way to handle all those requirements is with a pair of straps -something like Floatees (sp?) on a pair of Rx shades. That way I can see in the midday South Florida sun and reflections while I


-Frank in Miami