Okia Optical releases new Reshape eyewear collection made from recycled bottles

October 30, 2020
Brooke Beery, Associate Editor
Brooke Beery, Associate Editor

Brooke Beery is Assistant Editor of Optometry Times®.

The Hong Kong-based eyewear company, Okia, released a new eyewear collection called Reshape, made entirely of 100 percent recycled material from plastic bottles.

The Hong Kong-based eyewear company, Okia, released a new eyewear collection called Reshape, made entirely of 100 percent recycled material from plastic bottles. Each new eyewear model is made from 5 recycled water bottles.

The 2020 launch includes thinner and lighter styles, which add comfort and flexibility to the lenses. Additionally, the color range has been updated with new vibrant, shiny, milky, and crystal tones.

The company’s goal is to pursue sustainable eyewear that addresses the global plastic crisis to build a better world for future generations.

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