CMT66 is a combination of unique design and excellent handcrafting skills. This wooden sunglasses model represents what Campbell Marson stands for. We wanted to create class and elegance in wooden glasses and who could do that better than the people that have almost 100 years experience in working with wood.
CM161 is one of the first wooden models we created. It is still highly required because of its special nose bridge blending cut. After cutting the frames out on a CNC machine, the frames then go through dozens of processes including hours of hand sanding in order to achieve a ‘cabinet makers’ finish. The frames are sanded using different grades of sandpaper until the frames are super smooth and ready for the lacquering process.
CM Rockets is a characteristic model of our wooden glasses based on the way it has been designed and cut. Its arms have been left wider until the undercut closer to the ears. This cut allows us to show more of our exceptional wooden species that have been specified for our unique wooden eyewear.
The rectangular wooden glasses shape model is back on the trend and our wood species are perfectly emphasized on this thick arms frame. Their arms go thinner on the back of the ears which makes them comfortable to wear.