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McLaren launches its new eyewear collection

The frames will feature titanium construction and Leica Eyecare lenses.
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McLaren Vision Collection

For McLaren's new eyewear collection, the company couldn't just slap their logo on just any ol' sunglass. The company has teamed up with French optical company L'Amy to create the McLaren Vision Collection, a range of sunglasses and optical styles that translates the company's supercar DNA into unique silhouettes that feature "floating" designs and titanium construction. The collection will feature a Core range with four styles with rimmed and rimless designs while the Premium range offers 3D-printed titanium frames. Sitting at the top of the collection is their Bespoke range, which offers custom-fitted frames that use 3D-scans of the customer's face to 3D-print the perfect fitting frame out of titanium. The sunglasses will also be the first to use Leica's Eyecare lenses, which features tints for both sport and lifestyle as well as anti-reflective, hydrophobic, and oleophobic coatings.

The McLaren Vision Collection will be available this July at select retailers and department stores.

From $323,

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