Lineus

525,00 €
DTX702
+ livraison gratuite
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* Champs obligatoires

  • ACETATE FRONT FRAME AND TEMPLES
  • ACETATE CUT OUTS TO EXPOSE METAL DETAILS AND AN INNOVATIVE CLIP MOUNTING SYSTEM
  • DITA’S UNIQUE HEX SCREW HINGES
  • AVAILABLE IN ASIAN FIT
  • SUN CLIP SOLD SEPARATELY
  • MADE IN JAPAN
  • Longueur de la tempe — 145 mm
  • Largeur du verre — 49 mm
  • Longueur de l'arête du nez — 21 mm
DITA Eyewear vous offre gratuitement les frais de livraison pour tout achat. Vous pouvez également retourner ou échanger tout article sur dita.com.
  • ACETATE FRONT FRAME AND TEMPLES
  • ACETATE CUT OUTS TO EXPOSE METAL DETAILS AND AN INNOVATIVE CLIP MOUNTING SYSTEM
  • DITA’S UNIQUE HEX SCREW HINGES
  • AVAILABLE IN ASIAN FIT
  • SUN CLIP SOLD SEPARATELY
  • MADE IN JAPAN
  • Longueur de la tempe — 145 mm
  • Largeur du verre — 49 mm
  • Longueur de l'arête du nez — 21 mm
DITA Eyewear vous offre gratuitement les frais de livraison pour tout achat. Vous pouvez également retourner ou échanger tout article sur dita.com.

à propos de Lineus

Lineus introduces DITA’s most innovative sun clip concept to date, adapting the label’s signature cutout acetate frames to achieve a simple, elegant solution for convertible sun lenses.

DESIGN THAT FINDS BEAUTY IN PURPOSE:
A traditional clip-on lenses require four hooks to securely fasten the clip to the front frame; Lineus features a notch beneath the temple, allowing a sun clip to seamlessly attach to the frame’s exposed titanium core using just two side hooks.

CRAFTSMANSHIP THAT CELEBRATES THE UNSEEN:
Lineus’s temples feature two pieces of acetate, connected by a titanium core; the titanium allows for flexibility and reduces tension at a critical juncture, ensuring comfort while repeating the frame’s signature cutout detail.

CULTURE THAT TRANSCENDS CONVENTION:
Elegant solutions to technical problems are a hallmark of DITA’s commitment to optical innovation. Lineus reduces mechanical tension through the frame through clever construction, and limits the need for users to touch the clip-on lens with their hands while affixing it to the frame.