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"Notation" is made from a nylon sheet normally used for sun lenses and shields. In the past we did a metal frame inside a plastic frame, and this was the next take on that unexpected concept. Instead of using normal acetate for a plastic frame, decided to make a frame out of Nylon lens material to be a "lens inside a lens". Doing so allows a wide variety of color options and all types of coatings you can put on sun lenses. In "Notation" we used translucent gradient lens colorations and added just a flash mirror coating on the top half of the gradient, giving it a reflective quality when light hits it at a certain angle. The temples are stamped with a linear pattern out of stainless steel making the frame extremely lightweight.
Bridge: Adjustable nose pads
Size info: Eye-49, DBL-22, Temples-145.00
Wondering what all these numbers mean? There are three common measurements - horizontal lense width ("Eye"), bridge width ("DBL") and Temple length. See the diagram for details.
*frames don't come with the prescription lens