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James Bond Norton Sunglasses - No Time To Die Edition - By Barton Perreira

See the world from a fresh perspective in the James Bond Norton Sunglasses by Barton Perreira, worn by Bond in No Time To Die when he visits Vesper Lynd’s tomb to put the ghosts of his past to rest in Matera. This design is part of the Barton Perreira No Time To Die James Bond 007 sunglasses collection. 

Details. A keyhole bridge gives the handmade frames an established feel, while the bottle green round lenses add a natural element that is wearable and minimal. Barton Perreira believes 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 craftsmen, focused on perfecting every detail. 

The handmade chestnut brown frame is built from zylonite acetate containing metalcore 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 result in a light, durable product with a deep gloss finish. The sunglasses have CR-39 lenses, finished with 007 inscribed temples.

Dimensions. Eye size 50mm, bridge size 21mm, temple length 153mm

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 the 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.