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Goodr partners with Warner Bros. on new Wonder Woman designs

Three pairs of sunglasses inspired by upcoming film mark Goodr’s first collaboration with Warner Bros.

Quirky sunglasses brand Goodr has collaborated with Warner Bros. for the first time, launching three pairs of shades inspired by the upcoming movie, Wonder Woman 1984.

Known for its extravagant names for its sunglasses, the new pairs from Goodr come in three new colourways and are aptly titled Golden Lasso Glassos, Party Like It’s 1984 and The Future is Neon.

The polarised sunglasses contain all the no-slip, no-bounce performance that running fans have come to expect from Goodr. The company is a two-time Runner’s World Gear of the Year winner, having built its business on core values of fun and authenticity, creating irreverent content with runners of all genders, backgrounds and sizes.

Wonder Woman 1984 currently remains scheduled for release on August 14, 2020.

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