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David Kind kicks off 2018 with an elegant mix of acetate and titanium

Handmade in Japan.
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David Kind Wexler

Unlike most eyewear brands, you won't find David Kind launching eyewear collections every season. Instead, the brand keeps its focus on a handful of frames to get every element just right. That's definitely the case with the modern and minimal Wexler frame. Their first optical style of 2018 features a frame that's handmade in Japan with a lightweight acetate front and pure titanium temples. Look closer and you'll notice the careful filigree detailing and the genuine rivet hinges. The best part is that you get all of this for $325 with high-quality Trivex prescription lenses included, which is a whole hell of a lot less than the rest of the luxury brands out there.


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