The M3124 from Matsuda presents a statement-making rectangular frame cut from a premium Japanese acetate and bolstered with titanium trimmings.
MATERIAL: Titanium & Japanese acetate
COLOUR: Brushed gold & milk white
-Brown Gradient lenses
-Thick, TV-cut frames
-Lightweight titanium construction
-Filigree etched titanium temples
-100% UV protection
ORIGIN: Made in Japan
Lens - 51mm
Bridge - 23mm
Base - 2
Front - Japanese acetate
Bridge - Titanium
Nose Pad - Nucrel
Temple - Titanium
Temple tip - Japanese acetate
Matsuda’s M3124 blends bold and inspired styling with impressively intricate detailing. Its deep-set lenses are framed by a thick cut and vibrantly coloured Japanese acetate. Lightweight titanium temples are elevated by ornate filigree etchings. A beautiful frame shot through with a 1920s-inspired art deco style.
All frames come with a leather protective hardcase.
Matsuda’s sunglasses 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.
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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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