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Shuron Regis I with Skull Temples Eyeglasses

  • Unisex
  • Metal
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44 21 145  
46 21 145  
50 19 145  
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48 23 145  
50 21 145  
50 23 145  
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52 21 145  
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54 19 145  
54 21 145  
54 23 145  
44 19 145  
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48 21 145  
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While all eye sizes listed will work for this frame, the frame will ship with demo lenses in size 46 or 48.

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Shuron Regis I with Skull Temples Eyeglasses

Product Description

Summary:

Shuron has been designing eyewear for over one hundred years, and its classic styles have enjoyed a renewed popularity with the rise of the geek chic revolution. While Shuron's designs are definitely retro, its technology is anything but. With state-of-the-art sturdy construction Shuron frames deliver in both style and ease of wear. From 1960's browline styles to hipsters' iconic thick rims, Shuron is the original retro.

  • Shuron Regis I with Skull Temples is a Rimless frame for Men and Women, which is made of Metal.
  • Most metal frames are made out of Monel. Monel has a copper and nickel base. This metal can be corrosion resistant, strong, and easily adjusted. It retains its stability and shape.
  • This model features an Oval shape, with a Single Bridge.
  • These Shuron Regis I with Skull Temples Eyeglasses flatter people with the following facial features: Asian Fit.
  • These Eyeglasses work well for people whose style is: Classic.
  • Shuron Regis I with Skull Temples Eyeglasses come with a cleaning cloth and protective carrying case.
  • This product is made in United States.
Brand: Shuron
Model: Regis I with Skull Temples
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Starting Price: $136.89

Product Reviews Average Rating: 3.00 0Star0Star0Star0Star0Star(1 Review)

Shuron Regis - Written by Jun 12, 2014
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One of the prongs that hold the lense is shorter than its counterpart. Consequently, the lense on that side moves slightly. Tightening the screw on that lense helps, but must be retightened frequently. This is the second pair I've owned of this model. The previous pair did not have this problem.

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