Luke Davis' collaborative piece with otis combines 60's eyewear design witjh contemporary colour mixing. Inspired by the iconic frames worn by Andy Warhol at the time he produced The Velvet Underground, the Class of '67 offers a rounded frame with accentuated template detail to give you the look of a ripe and stylish rambler.
- Scratch-resistant mineral glass lenses
- 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Handmade acetate frames
- Viscottica hinges with stainless steel screws
- 6 Base Lens
All OTIS fixed-tint lenses block 100% of harmful UVA, UVB and HEV light to provide superior protection from solar damage causing intraocular melanoma and macular degeneration, as well as reducing eye fatigue and reducing the visible signs of aging, while maintaining true colour and depth perception.
Lens Base Curve
Lens 'Base Curve' is a measure of the front curvature of the lens. The higher the number, the greater the curve. 6 base lenses are generally flatter across the front. 8 base lenses have a greater curve for a more 'wrapped' look.
Mineral Glass is created from natural elements like sand and soda ash. It’s endlessly recyclable and harmless to humans and animals alike. It’s high resistance to scratching and lack of distortion make it the world’s best lens material. It really does have to be Mineral Glass.
Handmade Acetate Frames
Made with premium quality acetate (originating from renewable resources wood pulp & cotton fibre), the ideal material for making durable eyewear. Its hue is embedded within the product rather than sprayed onto the surface, retaining colour brightness and preventing peeling & fading. OTIS handmade frames have stainless steel wires injected into the temples for adjustability - a task best performed by an Eye Care Professional.
Frame Colour: Matte Grey Sea Glass
Lens Colour: Grey
Base Curve: 6
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