Wednesday, 18.10.2017

AM Eyewear

[29/04/10] 

Your mother always told you, if you look into the sun you’ll go blind…and possibly crazy, and there’s a good reason for that. The sun may warm the skin, golden the lovelies and keep keep life on earth ticking along, but it also has a dark side;

both ultraviolet and blue rays (not the DVD machines) can do serious damage to your eyes, not to mention give you Mickey Rourke’s crow’s feet. So it’s important you keep those windows to the soul protected whilst still looking like you’ve stepped from the cover of Good Looking Men Quarterly.

Guarantee a good first impression while protecting your peepers with AM Eyewear, which specialise in seriously tinted glasses for seriously good looking people. Their range features Italian-made “military grade” scratch-resistant lenses, hand-made frames and French-produced spring-loaded hinges, so you know they’re built to last. Their collections may have the acquired taste of sea urchins drowned in absinthe, with the style of many glasses lying somewhere between the Blues Brothers and Joaquin Phoenix, but if they’re your thing, you’ll hit the pavement looking hot and safe from the rays of Ra. 

Because safety comes first

AM Eyewear
From US$360 inclusive of delivery
www.ameyewear.com

Nuts & Bolts
Eyewear made to last


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