Adding to its accessory offerings, ACRONYM recently released a new trio of sunglasses. Dubbed the F1-T, the base frame is an angular silhouette developed for both high sun and low light wear.
Crafted in Japan, the optical offerings are centered around precision engineering and premium materials like titanium, beta-titanium, stainless steel, and non-petrochemical cellulose based acetate. Both the main and clip-on lenses of the F1-T utilize the CR-39 polymer and are tinted in three color options.
The F1-T-A iteration features a high gloss black palladium frame with embedded blue lenses and a dark grey lens black palladium clip-on attachment. F1-T-B sports an interlaced transparent and black frame with yellow tint lenses and a silver clip-on with silver lenses. Finally, the F1-T-C is made up of a transparent frame laced with gold elements paired with light pink tinted lenses and a gold clip-on with matching gold lenses. Each frame option comes with a magnetic leather case, microfiber drawstring pouch, microfiber lens cloth and marked box.
Priced at €715 EUR (approximately $800 USD), ACRONYM’s F1-T-A and F1-T-B sunglasses are available now at acrnm.com.
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