Acronym Takes Its First Step Into The Eyewear World

May 8, 2019

Category: Style

Acronym is well known within the technical outerwear industry for their unique approach to dual-use apparel, bringing a number of the genre’s most innovative designs into the spotlight. Now, in the shadow of summer’s rapid approach, the company has decided to try its hand at eyewear, launching their very first line in the form of the F1-T-A.

The company’s first foray into the bifocal realm isn’t anything short of sensational — titanium, beta-titanium, stainless steel, and cellulose-based acetate have been implemented to ensure the highest-quality construction, alongside three different variations of tinted lenses for adequate low light use. The F1-T-A features a large, angular silhouette, providing the perfect platform for an adaptable clip-on frame that gives you even more options regarding luminance control. Better yet, each example has been precision engineered and made by hand in Japan — soliciting some of the world’s most dependable materials in the process. The glasses are available for purchase via Acronym’s website for $800.

Purchase: $800

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