Waterhaul is launching a range of sunglasses made from 100 percent recycled fishing nets. Waterhaul is a social enterprise based in Cornwall, England, that collects plastic from the oceans and transforms it into functional products, and is part of a collaborative scheme to intercept nets from European seas. Intercepted nets, which may exceed 100 meters in length, are washed, shredded and turned into pellets. These are then molded into sunglasses frames. The product range launched in the U.K. in April with two models, the Kynance and the Fitzroy, retailing at £65.00 (€75-$84). The frames come with polarized mineral glass lenses, which are also recyclable. To promote the circular economy, Waterhaul also offers to buy back its old or damaged frames and recycles these into new sunglasses.