Arnette Sunglasses Drops Three New Styles For 2010 Winter/Fall
In time for the winter, southern California-based sunglasses company Arnette has unleashed three new models: the Fire Drill, Stakeout, and Wager.
So far, the most popular of the drop is the Fire Drill, inspired by the shades typically found at the check out counter of your local service station. But, they come in six in-line colors, as well as three limited versions.
It features a large square nylon frame with over-sized 6D-base polycarbonate lenses and slick metal logo plaques on the temples.
It's available with either polarized and non-polarized lens options, depending on frame color. Colors options include: gloss black, gloss black/red, gloss white/violet, transparent/aqua, transparent red, and gradient brown.
The limited colorways are: matte black/neon blue, matte black/neon orange, matte black/neon pink. These are limited to just 300 pairs in the U.S.
The Fire Drill retail for $69.95 and $99.95 (polarized).
For more info, visit Arnette.com.