You may notice that our collection recently welcomed some new sunglasses we’re glad to present here too. Their names are Tanaka, Mauris, and Goodjockey.
Tanaka brings a previous trend of Kopajos in its thick shape. And it delivers more: on the metal inserts of the temples, you may notice the choppy waves of the Aegean Sea. A narrow bridge of 19mm helps the fit.
Tanaka frame is suitable for prescription glasses as well.
If you are looking for a squared, akin design, Gobinda could be an interesting choice as well. Let’s compare these two shades: Tanaka lenses are 53mm large, whereas Gobinda are 60mm.
You can see the available combination at www.kopajos.com/product/Tanaka, with some extras in the “additional information” box.
Any creative mix can be, of course, requested by emailing us!
Meet Mauris and its peculiarities. A squared, acetate shape embraces 46mm lenses with no sharp angles with an elegant 45° cut: they may look oval!
The 22mm bridge has two embedded nose pads, helping the fit. We certify that the sunglasses won’t fall; they have been tested on small noses.
The frame is suitable for prescription lenses, too: the rim-eye thickness allows it.
Temples length is 145mm, long enough to distribute the weight on the ears and increase comfort.
Mauris’ design is a kind of vintage, but it delivers a contemporary sensation thanks to the various available colors and the high customization rate. We recommend our new transparent pink frame!
You can have a look at Mauris.
As for the Mauris model, the 52mm lenses designed for Good Jockey sunglasses also have soft contours, set in a thick enough acetate rim-eye that keeps them on the edge of the front part of the frame.
The lateral attachment measures 22mm, allowing the temple to shrink in the back and promote comfort.
These sunglasses are similar to Diogo Ferreira. Let’s see what the differences are. First of all, the lenses size: while those of the Good Jockeys are developed in length by 52mm, those of Diogo Ferreira reach 56mm.
The front height is 3mm higher in the Good Jockeys, as is the space between the nose pads, 19mm compared to 16mm in the Diogo Ferreira. Scroll the possible combinations of Good Jockeys.
One more squared shape joins the Kopajos collection. Diego A. M., whose name is a tribute to the strongest footballer of all time, has a bold design that recalls that trend of thick acetate glasses like Tanaka. Despite its size, the light structure offers good comfort.
These glasses are versatile for any face type with an 18mm wide bridge and 52mm lenses.
Given the size of the rim-eye, the frame can also be used for any prescription.
Soon online at this link.