James Bond 007 Goldfinger Sunglasses - Absinthe / Commando Edition - By Barton Perreira
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Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the James Bond film series, this limited edition sport wrap design pays homage to a pair worn by Sean Connery on set while filming Goldfinger(1964).
The 007 Goldfinger Sunglasses - Absinthe / Commando Edition by Barton Perreira have polished zylonite frames and polarised lenses with invisible detailing that only reveals itself when you breath on them.
Details. The handmade frame is built in Japan from zylonite acetate containing metal core wiring to provide a skeletal foundation with supreme comfort and a flexible fit. The signature lightweight feel of the sunglasses is due to the resin-based polymer plastic used. Zylonite is tumbled for several days before being hand polished twice to create a seamlessly smooth surface. This material selection and uncompromising process results in a light, durable product with a deep gloss finish.
Polarised lenses are finished with anti-reflection coating and feature a secret breath detail of the 1962-era 007 logo. Temple tips feature the 1962 007 logo. The sunglasses are presented in a limited edition Barton Perreira x 007 Legacy Collection case with cleaning cloth.
Barton Perreira believe that every pair of glasses should fit as perfectly as a well-tailored piece of clothing, and these limited edition frames are handmade in Japan by highly skilled craftsman, focused on perfecting every detail.
The makers. Founded in 2007 by Bill Barton and Patty Perreira, Barton Perreira set out to make the finest eyewear in the world. The company innovates through impeccable craftsmanship and design without compromise. Each pair of Barton Perreira glasses is made in Japan. The rigorous six-to-eight-week manufacturing process focuses on perfecting every detail, from the frame’s foundation to its deep glossy finish. This meticulous process results in beautiful eyewear with an emphasis on finish, feel, and fit. Unlike most designers who focus on the object first and foremost, Patty Perreira creates for the face, bringing an unprecedented level of customisation to every angle.