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Soros Boxy Acetate Sunglasses

Regular price
995 kr
Sale price
995 kr
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Handmade in Japan
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We make our acetate sunglasses entirely by hand in Japan, in close partnership with one of the world's best manufacturers, Nakanishi Vision, using the highest possible level of raw materials, craftsmanship and techniques. All of our lenses come with a hydrophobic coating (stain-resistant, water-repelling, easy to clean), Vioff AR Coating (maximum UV A/B/C protection, anti-reflective) and anti-scratch coating. Care for them and they will last a lifetime.

Frame Size: 52/20-145
Lens: CR39 Lenses with Hydrophobic Coating (Stain Resistant, Water-Repelling, Easy To Clean), Vioff AR Coating (Maximum UV A/B/C Protection, Anti-Reflective) and Anti-Scratch Coating.
Material: Acetate
Handmade in Japan
Frame Measurements

Lens width: 52mm
Nose bridge: 20mm
Temple length: 145mm



Our prices are fixed to the true value of garments, materials, craftmanship, and accountability.

Cost of goods

Materials, labour and packaging.


Sampling, prototyping and testing.

Transport & handling

Shipments, transports, storage and warehouse handling.

CO2 Offset

Climate compensation fee.

Transaction fee


25 %

Total 995 kr

Singular price 995 kr

Estimated traditional retail price 2,750-5 800 kr

When in search for the absolute best, look no further then to Nakanishi Vision in Japan. Family run through generations with love, passion and a commitment to quality. With the highest possible respect for tradition and craft, paired with modern innovative techniques, this is where some of the best and most qualitative handmade frames and sunglasses in the world is being made. We count ourselves lucky, and feel grateful that we can now count them as our partners.