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    Sunglasses Francis Cherry Wood

    100% UV protection

    incl. VAT, excl. shipping


    In stock


    Francis belongs to the latest collection from Take A Shot: These sunglasses are manufactured in a completely redesigned construction. The frame is now CNC-milled and the temples have an innovative layered construction with even more support and comfort. The wooden sunglasses 2.0. Francis is delivered in a durable cardboard box including a microfiber cleaning cloth.

    FIT – For medium to wide faces (recommended face shape: oval, square)
    PROTECTION – Tinted lenses with UV 400 protection
    COMFORT – Comfortable to wear thanks to the real wood handle
    GLARE-FREE – anti-glare lenses reduce reflections
    ROBUST – frame made of high quality TR 90 plastic
    SUSTAINABLE – wooden hangers made from renewable raw materials

    Frame width: 140 mm
    Frame shape: flat top
    Frame material: TR 90 plastic (hypoallergenic, food-safe)
    Frame color: Havana
    Glass color: gray, tinted
    Glass function: UV 400 (Cat. 3), back anti-reflective
    Can be glazed: lenses up to 3 dioptres
    Temple material: layered cherry wood (oiled)
    Temple color: brown
    Hinges: stainless steel

    Scope of delivery:
    – sunglasses
    – Foldable glasses case
    – Microfiber cleaning cloth


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