A statement, the essential accessory.
A pair of glasses defines an attitude beyond mere style or fashion. The uniqueness of this object lies in its dual identity. On one hand, there's the physical material object that can be appreciated for its quality of craftsmanship, and on the other hand, the personality it reveals, a filter that enhances or hides a demeanor. Each model has its own subtle details, their thickness, the interplay of the materials, the shape, each one perfectly adapted to the personality that wears it.
MADE IN JURA
The production of this collection is done entirely in the skilled hands of eyewear artisans from the Jura region under the direction of the Shelter brand. A house with a heritage and a history of techniques that pays tribute to the legacy of French craftsmanship. We tapped into this know-how to realize each of the steps required for the different models; working with the bio-acetate combined with other materials to create a final product that is perfect only if there is the precision and delicacy found in the hands of great artisans.
Length 14,2 CM
Width 14 CM
Lens width 5,8 CM
Produced in France, in the heart of the Jura mountains.
The lenses can be replaced with optical lenses.
High-end Dalloz solar lenses – made in France. Cat.3 –
100% UVA UVB filter – with hydro and oleophobic and anti-reflective treatment
Born from a collaboration between Patrick Norguet and Shelter Manufacture, these glasses are a filter, a gaze, a set of elements that come together to enhance a personality.
Produced in France from noble and ecological materials: bio acetate and stainless steel. The collection is rooted in the French eyewear heritage. Inspired by the architecture of major cities around the world, each model is unique and reflects its inspiration and the skilled work of French artisans.
These unisex models are sold as sunglasses but the lenses can be changed out to be optical.
The glasses are crafted by one of the last remaining 100% French manufacturers, in the heart of the Jura Mountains, with a team of skilled eyewear artisans.
Each pair of glasses requires nearly 90 different steps in the production process, of which most are done by hand.
NUMBERED LIMITED EDITION
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