TOMBOGO and J Balvin Team Up for a Range of LED Scouter Glasses

Coming in six colorways.

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TOMBOGO and J Balvin have teamed up to collaborate on the fashion and design label’s LED Scouter Glasses, expanding the brand’s first-ever eyewear offering.

TOMBOGO’s LED Scouter Glasses made their debut in 2019 and the new collaboration with the Colombian singer and rapper marks the glasses’ return. Coming in green, blue, orange, yellow, black and clear, the glasses feature heavy-duty lenses, adjustable sizing and LED on each side of the lens. Finishing off the glasses is TOMOBOGO x J Balvin branding and limited edition custom packaging.

This past September, TOMBOGO unveiled its “NATURE IS HEALING” SS22 collection that celebrated society’s return to normalcy. The collection included worker jackets, heat-map graphic pants, puffer vests, double knee denim pants and more for a utilitarian-focused aesthetic.

Priced at $120 USD, the glasses are set to release Friday, November 19 on tombogo.com and shop.jbalvinmerch.com.

In related news, Julia Lang’s VEERT dropped a new collection celebrating its first anniversary.

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