Our latest collaboration with Shwood is here, and we are celebrating with an Instagram giveaway that starts on Friday, June 28th at 9am PST! Rules are after the video.
The collaboration includes six frame styles and two patterns.
First, Chief Joseph in grey/turquoise. The pattern wraps the inner portions of the acetate sections. The exterior is a very cool grey.
Next, a wire-rim aviator. The stripe accents are fantastic!
There are awesome small elements on each of these frames; Shwood has done an incredible job on the details.
(see all styles on faces below)
The Shwood x Pendleton sunglasses are available at our website, so check them out and get ready for summer in style. See them here: Shwood and Pendleton for Summer 2019
Enter the giveaway at our Instagram: @pendletonwm
And go behind-the-scenes in this video.
Our favorite partner for eyewear, Shwood of Oregon, is bringing some all-new style your way.
Three frames, the Canby, the Prescott and the Francis, are available in two different Pendleton patterns. The exterior is a polished black acetate, the interior is your choice of a bright Pendleton serape stripe or a neutral Rancho Arroyo pattern. The quality is superb and the Pendleton ID is subtle: our teepee logo at the temple on the stem. Each pair is packed in a Pendleton storage pouch.
We’re pretty psyched about these, especially since Spring is here and Summer is coming. A new pair of shades is the best way to celebrate. See the entire offering here: SHWOOD.
Our last collaboration with Shwood in 2011 was so much fun we decided to do it again, twice. Yes, it’s Pendleton x Shwood x 2.
Laser-etched walnut and cherrywood, cased in pure Oregon wool. Made in the USA.
You know you want them.
By now, you might have heard that Pendleton Woolen Mills has co-branded with Shwood, another Oregon-based company, on a limited run of Shwood’s “Canby” frame style.
Jessica Camblin, Pendleton’s Home Division merchandiser, explained that “Shwood approached us two years ago with the idea of working together, and we thought the idea was super-cool.”
Ideas were kicked around, and the plan came together in a pair of frames with laser-engraved temples in our iconic Chief Joseph pattern. They are packaged in a Pendleton wool carrying pouch made especially for Shwood.