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Native Sons delivers a couple of instant classics with the Seeger and Dharma

Two new timeless shapes that need to be in your eyewear rotation.
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Native Sons is taking it back to the rounded optical styles with a couple of new frame additions: the Seeger and the Dharma. The Dharma (above) is a style designed after the antique mountain climbing glasses which were depicted in the Kerouac novel "The Dharma Bums." The frame is made from a cotton-based acetate and is then hand polished and matched with a white gold-plated clip-on with polarized lenses. Inspired by and named after composer and teacher, Charles Seeger, the wire frame is as classic as it gets with its antique gold plating and matching polarized green lenses.

$364-$540, Native Sons

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