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Discussion in '2011-2017 Other' started by nightic, Apr 4, 2016.

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  1. nightic

    nightic Senior Member

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    A have a few pairs of SALT Optics Sunglasses that I recently picked up but which have proven unsuitable for me.
    They're brand new and unused apart from being tried on for a couple of minutes but do not include the original case.
    The style is very reminiscent of the new Oliver Peoples 'OPLL' model or a slightly more minimal and vintage looking NDG-1

    SALT Optics are an independent USA-based company, with products manufactured by hand in Japan.
    If you're used to mass-produced 'designer' eyeglass frames, these will be a very pleasant surprise, utilising greater quality materials, hinges and workmanship.
    The retail price on these is over $400 and they are extremely hard to come by in Europe and especially the UK.

    Further manufacturer information can be viewed here:


    Items ship from inside the EU and typically takes around 7 working days to arrive.
    All packages are sent using an insured method that requires a signature upon delivery.

    Payment by PayPal please.
    Extensive references available upon request, as well as all contact details.


    Model: MUIR
    Frame colour code: BKOK
    Frame material: Acetate
    Lens width: 52mm
    Lens height: 41mm
    Bridge width: 17mm
    Temple length: 150mm
    Hand made in Japan

    in 'Black Oak' Acetate with 'Ashland Gradient Polarized' lenses.


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    Last edited: Jul 6, 2016

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