Takumi explores a wide range of frames styles and adornments in its on-trend sunglasses. Intricate scrollwork and glittering details add a luxe feel to these frames. Stunning black and rich tortoiseshell frames styles showcase a variety of embellishments, including textured temples, colorful crystal accents, and jewelry-like additions; even the subtle styles exude sophistication. An arching double-bridge silhouette is a play on the timeless aviator. Takumi's thick-rimmed sunglasses include subtle temple accents that allow the frame’s elegance to shine. A variety of Takumi sunglass frames come in an alternate fit specially designed for higher cheekbones and wider nose bridges. This alternate fit keeps sunglasses where they belong, prevents the frames from resting on the cheeks, and reduces sliding for comfortable wear.
Takumi sunglasses frames are made with plastic or Monel metal, or a combination of both. Black and tortoiseshell frames are the most common options from Takumi, and often feature an oversized silhouette and bold accents at the temple arms. Most lenses in the Takumi collection are polarized, meaning they block the wavelengths of light that cause glare and haze.
Takumi comes from a Japanese word that means “master craftsman,” and these sunglasses live up to that title.