Thinwood is introducing two new collections

// LITE

Thinwood has re-defined the concept of lightness and strength of wooden glasses frames. The technical specifications are similar to titanium eyewear as the durable ultra-lightweight wooden material we use, provides a flexibility similar to titanium frames. Our new collection titled “LITE”, is mixing the two; even thinner wooden frames with titanium temples in five shapes and twenty-six colourways, hand-made in Budapest, Hungary. The specifications remain similar to the signature Thinwood characteristics, hence the front is made out of flexible and super lightweight self-developed wooden composite. Instead of the wooden temples, thin Beta titanium temples were added with silicone tips, with the brand logo engraved. The same silicone coverage applies on the nose pads as well in order to maximize comfort. To continue our key feature in terms of lightness, each eyewear weights only about 6-8 grams, depending on the model. The frames are ready for prescription lens.

 

 

/// EXACT

When creating our newest pieces of the "EXACT" collection, we designed for the customer who enjoys the benefits of both our first “THINWOOD” collection and "LITE". We brought the bolder (yet just as light) frames back not only in terms of the self-developed wooden front, but the titanium temples too. We’ve created yet again eleven unisex styles in twenty-three colours available, hand-made in Budapest, Hungary. We're continuing our tradition of combining handcrafted techniques with innovative self-developed materials. The front is made out of flexible and lightweight self-developed wooden composite material, while we've added custom-made Beta titanium temples with the brand logo engraved on the silicone temple tip. We're proud to develop such composite material that keeps evolving from collection to collection. while emphasizing precision, craft and the beauty of simplicity. The frames are ready for prescription lens. Both collections made a debut at SILMO Paris, 2018.

 

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