ELK Mint/Rose Syrup Naema Sunglasses

$159.00

Stunning colour contrasts accentuate an exaggerated cat-eye design crafted from high-quality acetate.

  • Tested according to Australian and New Zealand standards with a UV protection rating of 400.
  • CE certification marking which indicates manufacturer's declaration that the product meets USA and Europe standards for health & safety
  • Packaged in a cream protective case with cleaning cloth

Lens: High-Quality Zeiss CR39 (Allyl Diglycol Carbonate)
Frame: Acetate

The acetate used is easy to trace through the supply chain as the suppliers are few and well established. Components come mostly from Japan or Germany, with up to seven different suppliers contributing parts for each pair.

MAKER

Elk glasses are made collaboratively with an independent operator Hint, who is a small, Hong Kong designer trading under the name DH Solutions. Making eyewear is reliant on many different and highly specialised components and suppliers. 

Hint facilitates these processes for us Elk. They have visited the suppliers at each stage of the process, despite its length and complexities.

The acetate used is easy to trace through the supply chain as the suppliers are few and well established. Components come mostly from Japan or Germany, with up to seven different suppliers contributing parts for each pair. Making eyewear is a complicated process.

The glasses are assembled in a new factory in China that meets REACH standards. The owner has set up his factory according to ISO standards, and they are working to gain full accreditation.

SIZE AND FIT

Temple Length: 143mm
Bridge Width: 15mm
Frame Width: 148mm
Lens Width: 50mm
Lens Depth: 50mm

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

To clean your glasses, use fresh water (never salt water) or a gentle lens cleaning solution. Use the provided lens cloth and never use paper towel, tissue or any other rough material as it may cause scratches. Please store in the case provided.

Warnings:
Not suitable for driving at night or under conditions of dull light. Not for direct observation of the sun. Not for protection against artificial light, e.g. solaria. Not for use as eye protection against mechanical impact hazards.