Persol Brings Back Their Classic 1935 4 Lenses Sunglasses

Jul 17, 2019

Category: Style

The iconic Italian eyewear designer is reissuing its fifth sunglass design ever, and they look just as stunning today as they did in 1935 when they made their debut. The Persol 4 Lenses sunglasses celebrate the release of the ‘30s model with a limited edition Caffe colorway as well as several other hues.

Crafted to provide you with full protection from the sun, the 4 Lenses model once called “glacier glasses” was the first of its kind. These sleek sunglasses are produced with the original lens technology used in 1935 for authenticity, and they’re made with four polarized crystal lenses to guarantee superior protection from sunlight. The 55mm sunglasses also have acetate frames and Meflecto technology for flexibility and unmatched head comfort. There are several colors to choose from, but the Caffe colorway is limited to 100 examples, the 4 Lenses sunglasses are available right now for $390.

Purchase: $390

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