Inspired By: Hawaii's first and still working lighthouse, located in Lahaina Harbor. Built of wood by Kamehameha III in 1840, it was reconstructed in concrete in 1916.
Shape: Modified rectangle that hugs the head and complements a range of facial features
Bridge: Fixed saddle-style design with embedded, non-slip rubber nose pads for long-wearing comfort
Finish: Smooth and high-gloss as a result of being tumbled in teakwood and bamboo
Material: High-grade nylon, which proves to be lightweight and extremely durable
Hinge: Anti-corrosive, stainless steel pin hinge offers lightweight strength