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Matrix

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Regular price $95 USD
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The Matrix feature a shallow, angular frame shape that calls back to Y2K’s cyber-inspired eyewear. The Matrix are marked by a flat frame design, semi-flat lenses and a detachable neck chain, resulting in a contemporary take on an iconic eyewear style. Can be worn low on the bridge of the nose or covering the eyes.

German-engineered three-barrel hinges. 100% recycled stainless steel construction. ‘Green Nylon’ lenses. Branded soft-case and neck chain included.

Eye Width: 50mm
Bridge Width: 20mm
Temple/Arm Length: 145mm

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KK
02/02/2023
Kevin K.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

So cool I bought two pairs

Absolutely love these glasses. I have two pairs in blue and yellow and they give a 90s flare to any outfit

CB
10/23/2022
Cynthia B.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Love the Vintage Look

Reminds me of times gone by, a vintage look of the past.

YA
09/19/2022
Yusuf A.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product

Xanadu of a stylish shaded glasses

Style + functionality

KK
09/12/2022
Kevin K.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

Amazing Y2K Sunglasses

If you're looking for something that screams late 90s rave aesthetic, these glasses are perfect. Very cool, understated, and great quality.

Accessory Design Studio.

Engineered staples and contemporary statements.Made for the future with 100% recycled stainless steel.

Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. Each Vitaly piece may therefore contain remnants of machines, skyscrapers or car parts — a cycle that continually influences our design practice.