Sunglasses from Meller combine modern design with exotic looks. The inspiration for the brand name and logo is the largest chameleon in Africa - the Meller. The colours of the Meller sunglasses are meant to remind the wearer of the beautiful colouring of chameleons and the most beautiful places in the African continent. Creativity and originality are the driving force of this Barcelona-based fashion brand. The unisex sunglasses Meller Banna Green Grey are equally popular with all genders. Sunglasses frame The green colour of the frame perfectly matches a cool skin tone and dark brown, black or red hair. Square frames are an ideal choice for those with a round, oval or triangular face shape. The frame of the sunglasses is made of high-quality plastic, which offers high durability, comfortable wearing, and an exceptional look. Sunglasses lens The grey lenses reduce the intensity of the light without affecting the contrast or distorting the colours. The modern polarising lenses with TAC technology (Tri Acetate Cellulose) provide amazing visual clarity and are very scratch resistant. Thanks to the unique technology of polarised lenses, the sunglasses offer perfect vision, eliminate unwanted reflections and protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation. They improve resolution, depth of field and focus. Polarising sunglasses filter out dangerous reflections and reflected white light. This makes them particularly suitable for drivers, cyclists, skiers and anglers. But they are just as suitable as a fashion accessory for everyday wear. The shades have UV 400 protection, which provides 100% protection from sunlight. The lenses of the sunglasses feature a category 2 sun filter (light transmission 18 - 43% ). They are slightly lighter tinted than usual and are suitable for medium sun radiation and for casual wear. Accessories We deliver the sunglasses in their original case. The colour of the case and its design may vary. The cloth supplied is ideal for cleaning and caring for sunglasses. Some models may come with a fabric bag instead of a cloth. For more information, follow our blog where we keep you up to date on the latest technologies and trends.