HAVANA ACETATE / SKY BLUE LENS / SILVER HARDWARE
Ares brings a bolder look with downtown vibes and a subtle nod to Art Deco architecture.
Its thick-framed construction features custom cores inside each temple inspired by DTLA’s Eastern Columbia Building, and is finished with metal plaques at each hinge.
We plant a tree for each pair of glasses sold on our website in partnership with Eden Reforestation Projects.
- Eco-conscious acetate frame
- Custom-detailed cores on inner temples
- Optical Class 1 nylon lenses for clarity and durability
- 100% UVA/UVB protection
- Riveted metal plaques for durability
We offer FREE ground shipping on all U.S. orders. Standard delivery is about 3-5 business days. Express 2-Day shipping is also available for $15.
We ship worldwide via DHL and UPS. Standard delivery is about 4-7 business days but varies by country.
Most orders are shipped within 24-48 hours of the purchase date. Once your order is shipped, you will receive a confirmation email with a tracking link.
PLEASE NOTE: International orders are shipped DDU, which means the receiver is responsible for any applicable duties and taxes imposed by your country's customs.
We offer FREE returns for exchanges or store credit on all orders when claimed within 30 days of your order being delivered.
We also offer returns for a full refund if claimed within 14 days of your order being delivered.
Definitely some great looking shades. Helps block the sun. I love the material. Seems very sturdy yet flexible. Surprisingly, doesn't hurt my face. Looking to buy some more in a different style.
Very nice sturdy frames, optically superior, similar to shades easily costing $300 to $400.
Really solid glasses. Quality is definitely high, certainly equivalent to designer labels. Lens quality is also sharp, the blue is surprisingly not too color-distorting while still providing a general darkening effect. My only concern is that, while I love the heavy acetate from a style perspective, as a guy the width of these glasses seem to be slightly small which can cause pressure on the temples with little malleability due to the thickness of the acetate. However, it’s a relatively minor issue and hopefully over time it will stretch and adjust. Also the case needs to be reworked, not very practical compared to the magnetic cases from most Luxottica brands or even the snaps cases you get from Ray-Ban. Material feels flimsy and there’s no actual closure except for the friction of the rough material which makes it difficult to quickly open and close. Overall, despite these couple things the shades are definitely worth picking up!