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IVI DEANO MATTE DUST MATTE GUNMETAL AMETHYST FLAME SUNGLASSES

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Part# 13-20719
MFR Model# 61355-906

Overview

Style design & Inspiration
Deano is a tribute piece to a member of the Ivi family who lived up to the visionary entrepreneurial spirit that is Ivi. He built a transportation empire and was comfortable riding, piloting or driving anything, wide open. Deano’s block top lens shape, bold lines and a slight wrap, provide the perfect amount of coverage for those types of activities. Like the man himself, live your life to the fullest in Deano.

Frame technology
The frame front is hand crafted out of Premium Italian Acetate from Mazzucchelli 1849. The temples are hand crafted from Italian cellulose acetate from Mazzucchelli 1849 and mounted with custom seven-barrel stainless steel hinges. The back half of the temple arms are a unique streamlined wire design for adjustability in fit with an acetate temple tip.

Lens technology
Laser etched with the signature Z, the nylon lenses by carl zeiss are ultra-premium, impact resistant, and optically pure. They provide 100% UVA and UVB protection with precise clarity.

Specifications

  • Measurements: Eye 56mm / Bridge 18mm / Temple Arm 137mm
  • Handcrafted In Italy
  • Mazzuccehlli 1849 Italian Acetate Frame
  • Prescription Ready
  • Nylon Carl Zeiss Vision Sunlens With UV400 Protection
  • 100% UVA, UVB Protection
  • 7 Barrel Optical Grade Hinge
  • 6 Base Lens Curve

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