Mosevic Cassini Solid Denim Sunglasses

Rugged and utilitarian, denim has been used in the fashion industry for over 150 years. Mosevic's Cassini Solid Denim Sunglasses draw on this rich history with their unique construction. Made by infusing layers of denim with a carefully-selected resin, the resulting material is both extremely strong and as stylish as a great pair of jeans. The Cassini model, in stone black, has a classic shape that looks good on everybody, and keeps your eyes protected behind Zeiss polarized lenses in smoke fade. Handcrafted in the UK, they're in production right now — so grab a pair through us to be among the first in the world to get yours when they start shipping on August 9th.

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