- Apr 10, 2011
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The Cortina looks like it has a cool fade for the lenses.
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I'll keep an eye for out for some at the shops. I really love metal frames, I wore aviators for years and years. I'm a sucker for oversized. Though I got a haircut and suddenly my Sandros look pretty oversized now hahaI think you would look good in the jaggers, if you haven't tried them yet. I really like mine. That new color is incredibly tempting
I did an old v new comparison to see the differences in frame shape as the new Cortinas were described as 'boxier' in the lens. I prefer a more boxier frame and have previously tried on the original Jaggers but thought they were a little too angular for my liking.
Welcome. This is a very informative interview with Jerome Mage where he shares lots of info about the making of the glasses. Dean Del Ray is a bit of a lug, but Jerome is charming.Hi Guys,
First-time poster long time lurker, sorry for that - and nice to meet you all! -This might be a random interjection to this 215-page long thread but I read that Hanto had some really interesting insights to the manufacturing of JMM. I have had JMMs Fitzgerald for about a year now and have honestly never owned such a high-quality pair of glasses before.....despite the price being eye-watering for me.
I was wondering if anybody knew where in Japan they were made? I read somewhere there seems to be an Acetate Mecca over there but for obvious reasons can't find any details. Does anybody know?