The M3122 is a handcrafted, aviator-style pair of sunglasses with a titanium frame and some impressively intricate detailing throughout.
MATERIAL: Titanium & Japanese acetate
COLOUR: Matte gold
-Cola brown lenses
-Adjustable rubber nose pads
-Filigree detailing at double bridge
-Guilloché detailing at blinders
-Tonal acetate trim at temple tips
ORIGIN: Made in Japan
Lens - 46mm
Bridge - 23mm
Temple - 145mm
Base - 2
Front - Titanium
Bridge - Titanium
Nose Pad - Nucrel
Temple - Titanium
Temple tip - Japanese Acetate
Hailing from the ateliers of Sabae, Japan, Matsuda Eyewear employ an inspired amalgam of classic craftsmanship and technological innovation to create some truly spectacular frames. The M3122 style features a double bridge and titanium side shield ‘blinders’. Both are finished with some beautiful engraved detailing. A classic, aviator-inspired frame with a modern, almost futuristic twist.
Matsuda’s frames are fitted with their custom CR-39 lenses. These lenses are lighter and more impact-resistant than glass and filter out 100% of harmful UVA and UVB light. Each lens is treated with seven layers of anti-reflective coating to reduce eye strain. They’re also polarised to filter out glare and to enhance contrast, resulting in a lens with impeccable clarity.
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If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you can return it to us within 21 days for an exchange or refund.
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Stage 2: Shoulder
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Stage 3: Waist
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Stage 4: Opening
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Stage 5: Length
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Stage 6: Sleeve
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