Scuderia Ferrari Sunglasses

The saga of custom stuff related to the Italian car manufacturer Ferrari continues with the Ferrari sunglasses, a pair of accessories that not only shout out the brand’s name but also make us wonder what will this exquisite name be manufacturing in the upcoming months?

The story of the Italian carmaker dates back to the year 1929 when Enzo Ferrari had founded it. It began as a racing sponsor and a racing car manufacturer, but was finally rounded off in 1947 when the first street car had come out of the production lines of the brand. As for today, we know Ferrari for being one of the most frequent GP and F1 winners in the world, as well as a state of the art name in the road-related automotive industry.

The sunglasses though aren’t made to roll down the road, but to fit a gentleman’s head. There’s also a version for the mild gender. They are at the moment available in rectangular shapes, in black and silver or black. Crafted from shiny black TR90 Grilamid, they boast with a tight relation to the aeronautical industry – Grilamid is a state of the art ultra-light memoflex material  that has barely seen common use.

The smoked lenses bear the signature of Carl-Zeiss and are customized with the logo of the Cavallino Rampante. Some red appliqués are also noticeable on the bars and frames, alongside the Scudetto Ferrari in metal. They can be yours at $200 a pair.

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