The Sawtooth is a twist on vintage 60s style frame with futuristic lines and accents. This is a combo of Acetate, wood and, Stainless steel, which gives this amazing frame a unique look. The Sawtooth is part of the Environmentally Conscious Optics Collection (ECO Collection). Each pair is crafted from plant based acetate materials and the finest woods available. The ECO Collection is 100 percent renewable, biodegradable and hypoallergenic. Each frame goes through a 15 step assembly process to create this one of a kind collection.
Extreme attention to detail is placed in each frame we make, with recycled metal logos and custom laser engraved quotes on the inside arm of each pair of glasses. Every pair of glasses comes in its very own custom wood case and microfiber pouch to protect and keep your glasses clean.
Proof not only strives to give back to the environment, they also strive to help those in need. A portion of each sale goes to non profit charities Proof believes in. Proof works with nonprofits in India that provide sight giving surgeries to people with cataracts.
Clarity and color are key when it comes to lenses. All Proof lenses are made from CR-39 or Polycarbonate materials. We also offer a range of tints and mirrors to cater to style preferences; however, the majority of our frames are offered with a polarized lens. A polarized lens reduces glare reflected off shiny, non-metallic surfaces such as water, along with blocking all harmful UVA/ UVB rays. Lens tints and colors not only offer a unique look and style but also enhance different environments and landscapes.
Here at Proof, we always strive to give back to those around us; it’s really how we got our start. We want to provide quality products that have meaning and do something beneficial through the purchase of those products. Along with doing good to mother nature, we also work at doing good to those around the world. A portion of each purchase goes to a worthy cause that we've chosen to donate to.
Since our start in 2010, we’ve helped provide tsunami relief in Japan, child soldier rehabilitation in Africa, and reforestation in Haiti. In 2013, we embraced the idea of donating funds on a project-by-project basis. That year, we started by donating funds to build two eye clinics in India where over ¼ of the world’s blind population resides. Both clinics continue to provide sight–giving cataract surgeries to those in need. In 2015, we had the best of both worlds and were able to give back globally and locally. We traveled to El Salvador for various community projects with a donation totaling over $12,000 and shortly after we were able to donate $12,000 to The Nature Conservancy in Idaho. Whether it be in Idaho or India, for maintaining land or providing eye care, we consider ourselves global citizens and will continue to use a socially conscious business model to do good.