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Cochamo National Geographic

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  • National Geographic by Karün sunglasses made with recycled fishing nets and paired with official Zeiss lenses. For explorers, by explorers. A partnership based on a shared sense of purpose, a unique legacy, unrivaled reach, and real impact.100% UVA/UVB protection. Designed and sourced in Chile, made in Italy that ensure we meet the best quality standards of the industry. 

    Thought for wearing every day out in nature and in the city. They ensure durability and a sober look, combining functionality and design.


    Each of our frames has a positive impact on the environment and on rural entrepreneurs from Patagonia. Learn more here
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    • Shipping is free in the EU.
    • Shipping fees are of application to all shipments outside of Europe.


    Track my order As soon as your order is dispatched from our warehouse, you will be sent an email to confirm that it is on its way. In this order confirmation email, you will find your track and trace information (for DHL, please wait for 24h for the tracker to get activated).
  • At Karün, we believe that your sunglasses should last for a lifetime. This is why we look for designs, colours and inspiration from nature, so we can create high-quality products, that last long and don´t need to be renewed.


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    Technical Service Contact us at if you are experiencing any problems with your product, we will provide the best service we can. Damage due to its use will be repaired at a reasonable charge.


Thought for wearing every day out in nature and in the city. They ensure durability, a sober look, combining functionality and design, perfect for your outdoor activity. For explorers, by explorers.


Instead of a linear and extractive production process, we are working hard to build our entire value chain under a circular and regenerative model.. How?