guepard / gp-08 (Champagne×Clear)
gp-08 is characterized largely by its frame shape, with a catchy octagonal shape that gives it a humorous impression.
Compared to other models, both the frame and temples are slightly thinner and have a smaller impression, making it a model with a wider range of suitability than it looks.
The clear frames used for gp-08 come in two colors: champagne and whiskey.
Champagne is a clear and transparent yellow like champagne, while Whiskey is characterized by its tasteful brown like liquor.
The glasses produced by guepardpay homage to the French vintage of the 1940s and 1950s, which was recognized as the highest standard in the world at the time, and the design and The design, fabrics, and the atmosphere of those days are kept as they were, and only the size isupdated to the modern style.
The glasses are produced at a workshop in Sabae, Fukui Prefecture, which is known as one of the major production centers of eyeglasses in Japan.
The nose pad is integrated into the frame, which is not possible with mass production, anddetailsunique to handmade products can be seen everywhere.
Lens width 43mm,Bridge width 22mm,Temples 147mm
ABOUT THE BRAND
During the Prohibition Era in the 1920s, the slang for glasses in the U.S. was "cheetah," the English word "cheetar" being replaced by the French word "guepard. During the Prohibition era, standard jazz was indispensable for uplifting people. Like the music that has been passed down as material for improvisation, the new interpretation of French Vintage is proposed, inheriting the high design quality of French Vintage and arranging it in a delicate way to match the atmosphere of today.
iii3 ships to over 25 countries worldwide.
All orders are dispatched from our store location in Kashiwa, Japan. Orders from outside Japan, particularly from the EU and Canada, may be subject to import taxes and VAT. These potential charges would be the responsibility of the recipient and cannot be paid by iii3. It is recommended that you look up your country's "Duty the minimis value" and "Tax the minimis value" to understand what to expect regarding potential fees.
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