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Adam is a titanium model we studied, squared, a little aviator but a wayfarer style, and finally produced after a profound process. Enriching these sunnies with a bicolored option came to our mind, enhancing the shape and details. Both the lightweight and the nose pads help the fit.
A one glass shape that also covers the bridge. This acetate model has big arms with a metal core and no nose pads. Although the wide front angles are not squared, so to soften a little the appearance of the look. These sunglasses are not suitable for the optical prescription.
Angelo Palazzi sunglasses are the result we gut innovating a classic wayfarer shape using titanium as material, avoiding excessive gleanings. The frame is provided with nose pads and spring hinges for the 140mm arms to improve the fit. The lens's width is 60mm. The bridge size is 18mm. Even if Angelo Palazzi
With Anna Sheep we were able to combine the lightness of two different elements together, titanium and acetate. The big caliber reminds a total acetate sunglasses of our collection, Fiona Volpe, but the design is clearly different and slimmer. Flexible nosepads help the fit.
Bambi is a very essential sunglasses. These have just our very recognizable temples attached to the front with our logo. The caliber of the lenses is big; If you are looking for a rim-eye around the lenses, take a look at Thumper. Not suitable for prescription glasses.
A structured aviator style sunglasses, made of metal. Despite of the inspiration, the lenses have a very original shape, with a more edgy angle. The bridge has a double support on both the sides. Provided of no-flexible but large nosepads, to support its weight.
DISCLAIMER: The old version of Big No is available in-store or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Big No's new design is now available. The new arms are completely acetate, but their size is still 140mm. The latest hinge is finely refined with our Aegean wave pattern. The lenses are 44mm and the
Big No Rim€270.00
DISCLAIMER: The old version of Big No Rim is available in-store or by emailing us at email@example.com. Big No Rim's new design is now available. The new arms are completely acetate, but their size is still 140mm. The latest hinge is finely refined with our Aegean wave pattern. The 44mm lenses come with
Blatt-1 is one of the first designs we introduced in our collection. These sunglasses are not a classic aviator shape; they could also be considered squared thanks to their sharped angles. Through a very high technological process, we cut the front, adding numerous details on the temples. Even if Blatt-1
Camille Montes's design increases the medium size frames of our collection. These sunglasses meet those who find Miss Taro, our similar cat-eye, too sharp or small. The narrow bridge is designed with a reduced thickness to improve the fit. Size details come as follows: 54mm (lenses) 17mm (bridge) 145mm (arms) Camille Montes' frame can be
First launched in 2018, year by year, Carlos sunglasses became an icon of our collection along with Dr. No. It's a small-medium size that works perfectly on broader, thin, and edgy faces, thanks to the proportion between lenses (45mm) and the bridge (23mm). The sunglasses don't have nose pads, but thicker arms
Caterpillar sunglasses are definitely one of our most squared cat-eye designs. As for the Blatt-1, the angles are edgy, like a geometrical shape. The upper front has a domed spot on the 17mm bridge to provide the best comfort for the nose. The lens's width is 51mm. The 145mm long
Diego A. M.€290.00
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
With a close fit to the face, Diogo Ferreira have flat lenses on the same level as the frame. Even though we consider this as a squared shape, we kept the lines soft.
Dominic Greene is one of the tops of the line of Kopajos. These sunglasses have two bridges, one connecting perfectly rounded lenses, whereas the longest is on the top of the shape. The nose pads help the fit, thanks to their flexibility; titanium minimizes the weight. Please do not confuse
The Kopajos' most iconic design, Dr. No sunglasses are still the spearhead of the entire collection. Its timeless, classic design is still recognizable by thick temples. Our logo and the rounded lenses give an elegant look. Dr. No is suitable for optical prescription too. A rim-eye lock version is available, with exact
Dr. No Rim€190.00
What's the main difference between Dr. No Rim and Dr. No? It's the metal rim eye around both lenses. Still, these sunglasses could be the elegant touch you need every day or the summer escape a more bright color can give. Dr. No Rim is suitable for any optical prescription.
A metal skeleton keeps two acetate squared rings, with a small bridge in between. Flexible nosepads and a lot of different colours available.
Eric Kriegler have two wavy bridges, one between the lenses, another one on the top of the front, for an original titanium shape. Light-weight, full of details, this model comes with a second, smaller caliber called Flame. Lenses are not perfectly round, but this is the most relevant peculiarity of
Our first cat-eye design ever, Fiona Volpe, suits both small and broader faces. A 145mm temple balances the fit. It is made of acetate, and it's thick: definitely, not the lightest of our selection, but if you like oversized sunnies with soft lines, reminding a vintage trend of the 60s,
Fluffy design is the most innovative cat-eye around. Its titanium structure makes it extremely light. Lenses do not entirely fill the rim eye; a thin nylon wire holds them. The nose pads are flexible. Spring hinge makes arms stretchable. Fluffy can hardly be adapted as prescription glasses. We may suggest asking your optician
DISCLAIMER: IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR THE SAME BUT SMALLER CALIBER, PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT VALENCA. Francis Spoken's design is so versatile that it has made this shape suitable for any optical prescription. Inflexible, wide nose pads, in fact, help the fit. Even though these sunglasses are made of metal,
Our oversized aviator Frank Wild is back in a new version, with a more straight temple. Nothing changed with the design, so the lenses still cover a part of the rim-eye. Despite the big caliber, titanium makes this frame light, and the nose-pads help the fit.
The Glory Cricket lenses are partially embedded in the rim-eye lock; a nylon wire keeps the shades stuck at the titanium frame. The nose pads are flexible, and our spring hinges make the arms elastic. Available frames are black, matt gold and silver, metal yellow and red. Lenses cannot be replaced,
Gobinda suits broad faces, thanks to its wide, squared lenses. The short bridge balances the lack of nose pads. Even if the temples are thick, the metal core inside is easy to bend, so the fit can be adjusted at your own convenience. Gobinda is suitable for prescription glasses.
Goodjockey sunglasses taste vintage with a thick frame that gives character to the appearance. The front is large, but its shape is not excessively rectangular. The arms get thinner at the end for a more harmonious result. Details are as follows: Lenses: 52mm Bridge: 19mm Arms: 145mm A more square, smaller design is available: it's
One of our latest aviator, with a small caliber if compared with other models of our collection. The high bridge is moulded as a wave, giving them a more wide extent. They have our recognizable nosepads, you can adjust to get the perfect fit on your nose.
One of Kopajos' most-known designs, Hector Gonzales, reminds a vintage aviator, but the narrow bridges and the wide, square lenses give them a modern feeling. The metal nose pads are flexible. As for the rest of the collection, these sunglasses suit everybody.
Honey Ryder's design is kinda vintage and highly detailed, with our "meandros" running all over the metal frame. It is suitable for optical prescriptions. The stretchy nosepads and the flexible arms grant a comfortable fit.
Our last acetate aviator, Ian, unites all the new elements designed for Kopajos. Thick temples with transparent inner sides show the new titanium insert, finished with the wave that ideally represents our brand. More colors for your shapes are available; dark green, transparent orange, and more. A model you could
The new Irma Bunt titanium version is now online and lighter than ever. We kept the proportion between the 48mm lenses and the 21mm bridge. The double framework of Irma Bunt is available in another design of our collection; Tamburino, one of our aviator sunglasses. Spring hinges make the 140mm arms flexible.
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