Because nothing that stupid Giving Tree provided will make you look like a straight pimp walking down Newbury Street, check out Shwood, a Portland-based cobbler of all-timber sun-cheaters who've just hit Bodega with a new drop of single-cut shades in exotic lumbers like Zebrawood and East Indian Rosewood. Get bizzidy-bespectacled with styles like:1. Canby: These classic wayfarers are the collection's standard-bearer, boasting a three-ply frame cut (as are all models) from sustainably harvested trees, and promising to "lay the groundwork for an entire wood revolution", despite their marketing team's failure to see the more fitting "planting the seeds for" metaphor.2. Govy: Rocking stainless steel spring-loaded hinges and a boxier shape, these decidedly masculine specs are designed for dudes requiring "a bolder look", though any visit to Colorado will reveal that most of those tech guys actually wear thick-rimmed hip-kid joints.3. Oswald: These slightly rounded glare-protectors sport a Panto-shape, a keyhole bridge, and a "lineage dating back to the 1930s"...when Lee Harvey was actually born...so...quick, call Kevin Costner!And because the only way to look pimper walking down Newbury would be if you were actually accompanied by a female person, they've also just released the very giftable, full-bodied Neskowin designed exclusively for the ladies -- so Shel out the cash, and you'll finally be able to lay the wood.