The Oxford

There's something about a wayfarer style that gets us every time. Wayfarers were designed in 1952 by American optical designer Raymond Stegeman, who says his creation was inspired by "mid-century classics the likes of Eames chairs and Cadillac tail fins." In the 1970s The Blues Brother's took the look and rocketed the style to the top where it has remained for more almost 50 Years. Our point, the Wayfarer category has stood (and will continue to stand) the test of time. 

Meet the Oxford from Filtrate Eyewear. This is our take on the worlds timeless wayfarer style and luckily for you, we've priced the Oxford at a price that makes sense for our customer's without sacrificing the quality in design, manufacturing and optical clarity that our customer's love and depend on. 

The Oxford's frame is individually hand-crafted from cellulose acetate for an organic finish with a personalized touch making sure you're frames are durable, comfortable and always holding their shape.

It's CR-39 is an optical correct lens made of hardened resin, with half the weight of glass and superior scratch and impact resistance so you're eyes are protected as you see the world with full clarity. Added bonus, CR-39 keeps you're retina's 100% safe from the harmful UV light.

Discover different colorways and grab the Oxford for the beach, the party, the concert and more.

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