Plastic Sunglasses Are Extremely Bendable But Won’t Crack [Video]

Plastic Sunglasses Are Extremely Bendable But Won’t Crack [Video]
Arts & Culture

Durable and lightweight, low-cost eyewear is long-lasting and avoids brand inflation.

Yi Chen
  • 19 september 2012

The Enclave Twenty&Twenty line hopes to change the way eyewear is sold and produced. The project started by Daniel Kane who wanted to find a pair of comfortable and durable sunglasses without the expensive price tag. He struggled to find the right pair and didn’t want to settle for cheap acrylic and PC sunglasses that don’t protect the eyes and crack easily. Kane has now turned to Kickstarter to produce his own line of sunglasses that are made from high quality memory plastic without the brand inflation.

Each pair of sunglasses in the Twenty&Twenty line have UV400 protected lens and a bendable, sturdy frame. The classic design comes in various colors and are durable, lightweight, and BPA-free. With five days still to go, Kane has already exceeded his goal of $9,700 by raising over $109,000. Watch the promotional video below to see if you’d like to order a pair:



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