Block The Shade With CRAP Eyewear's Spring Collection
CRAP Eyewear introduces it's spring collection of 70s-inspired collection.
The weather is getting warmer and spring is almost here. And as the sun finally starts to make an appearance, it's time to ditch the wool gloves and hats, for a cool pair of sunnies. CRAP Eyewear is introducing its spring collection of sunglasses that will block all the shade and have you on-trend this season.
The new collection includes an assortment of new frame shapes and designs inspired by the 70s back and rock and roll culture. To embody this "fun in the sun" attitude, the collection features a palette of two-tone colors and pastels. In addition to having a unique design for each set, the new frames also come with a story.
The individual frames—"The Pop Control," The Wild Gift," "Nudie Mag," and "The Nudie Club"—tell retro stories about various eras such as the Vietnam, G.I. era, Warhol Factory-era, and the 80s L.A. punk scene. The L.A. based brand has also launched new lens technology as part of the spring collection. "The Tuff Safari" and "Zero Base" lenses feature customer brow-bar and detailing with a beach-ready palette.
Check out the fashionable sunnies up top and be sure to cop a pair before the sun shines too bright.