Kennedy Riding Glasses

Jul 28, 2017

Category: Style

Individually, Portland-based Shwood makes some of the finest wooden sunglasses around while California-based Iron & Resin manufacturers high-quality motorcycle riding gear for both hardcore and weekend riders. Together, they fuse their passions and talent together to create design-forward yet pragmatic eyewear for the modern rider. Introducing the Kennedy Riding Glasses.

It’s part of a larger collaboration between the two brands – dubbed the Moto Collection – that’s purposed to create riding gear that performs as well as it looks. In this case, the Kennedy Riding Glasses hit the nail on the head thanks to a premium Mazzuchelli Acetate construction, 5-barrel hinges, Japanese polarized lenses, slim wire temples for in-helmet comfort, and magnetic clip-on lenses. They’re available in either classic black or Havana and feature Optics by Carl Zeiss Vision for good measure. Also currently offered in the collection is an EDC tank bag as well. Be sure to check it out if interested; Americana at it’s finest.

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