The frames are built from a mix of acetate, titanium, and stainless steel.
Acronym Eyewear

Acronym is ditching their winter shells for sunnier climates as the company reveals its first foray into eyewear. The frames are big, angular, and of course, they're made out of the best materials available. Made in Japan, the sunglasses are constructed out of a mix of acetate, titanium, beta titanium, and stainless steel. The frames come in three colorways and are equipped with tinted lenses that are ideal for low light conditions and a titanium lens clip is also included that features darker lenses for brighter conditions. 

€715 (approx. $799), acrnm.com

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