“Nearly all spectacles are front heavy because of the lenses, which can cause them to slip down
the nose,” Zack explains. “I realized that the heavy brass from the casings could be used on the temple tip – the two parts of a glasses’ frame that run from the eye rims are called temples. When you add weight to the temple tip, the frame stays on the wearers’ face.”
The result is a highly distinctive frame that fits perfectly with the Vinylize ethos and visual esthetic, making a statement in more ways than one.