Insider-Two

DRX-2090
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  • DITA-Laminate
  • Custom Laser-etched Stainless Steel Internal Core Encased In Laminated Acetate
  • Ultra-Thin & Lightweight Profile
  • Integrated Acetate Nosepads
  • Dita’s Unique Hex Screw Hinges
  • 100% UVA And UVB Lens With Anti-Reflective Coating.
  • Made in Japan
  • Temple Length — 150 mm
  • Lens Width — 52 mm
  • Nose Bridge Length — 19 mm
DITA is pleased to offer free shipping and exchanges or returns on any item purchased on dita.com — our full refund policy can be found here.
  • DITA-Laminate
  • Custom Laser-etched Stainless Steel Internal Core Encased In Laminated Acetate
  • Ultra-Thin & Lightweight Profile
  • Integrated Acetate Nosepads
  • Dita’s Unique Hex Screw Hinges
  • 100% UVA And UVB Lens With Anti-Reflective Coating.
  • Made in Japan
  • Temple Length — 150 mm
  • Lens Width — 52 mm
  • Nose Bridge Length — 19 mm
DITA is pleased to offer free shipping and exchanges or returns on any item purchased on dita.com — our full refund policy can be found here.

about the Insider-Two

Born from an oversized classic optical frame from the 40’s film noir era the second in the Insider series keeps within the original character of the first but with a futuristic twist. Inspired by the neo-futuristic concept artists of the 50s and 60s, we created a new silhouette that is designed to be lighter and more durable than the original Insider. Engineered with an innovative new frame technique that creates blade-thin profile geometries, the entire frame is rendered in a groundbreaking stainless steel core lamination process, which is 50% thinner than traditional acetate and is more than twice as strong. This architectural design creates a unique contrast of volume and lightness evolving the Insider legacy. Due to the level of R&D and technical acuity involved in manufacture, the stainless steel core lamination process takes three times as long to produce than the original Insider. Because of the high demands imposed by the lamination process only limited facilities in Japan have perfected the technique.