Sunglasses keyhole

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The keyhole design is a classic shape, named after the keyhole-shaped gap between the bridge and nosepads.

While most eyewear frames are made of plastic and have a seam all around the edges from the injection mold, our sunglasses are made from blocks of cellulose acetate or horn that are carved into their final shape. This process gives the frames greater flexibility, durability, and depth of color.

Horn frames are available in dark color horn, light color horn, and red color horn. Horns are ethically sourced from water buffaloes who've reached the end of their working age and are never killed solely for their horn. As every horn varies in color, each piece has a unique appearance.

Spring hinges allow the arms to flex and conform to your head, for greater comfort.

Mazzucchelli CR-39 polarized lenses. 100% UV 400 protection. Meets US ANSI Z80.3-2009, EU EN 1836:2005 standards. Frames suitable for prescription lenses.
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Frame color Gold
Lens polarization Polarized
Size 50 mm lens width
22 mm bridge
145 mm temple
Or:
47 mm lens width
21 mm bridge
145 mm temple

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The Kent Wang Sunglasses Keyhole are the most comfortable round sunglasses we tested, with a lightweight but solid build and replaceable lenses… We’ve been recommending Kent Wang’s Sunglasses Keyhole since late 2017—and I’ve been wearing my pair for as long—and we haven’t had any issues with them… We sampled the sunglasses in black and tortoiseshell acetate; the Keyholes come in various shades of acetate or horn (although horn costs $95 more). Both versions are distinct and striking. Acetate, in particular, does a great job of displaying vibrant colors. The glasses garnered compliments from friends and acquaintances, as well as questions about where we had gotten them. The frame has no external branding, but it does have a small, gold-foil Kent Wang logo on the inside of the left arm; it’s tasteful and attractive, and it’s impossible to see while the sunglasses are on your face. The Kent Wang Keyholes fit all of our panelists comfortably, and they were the ones I kept reaching for, even after testing finished. They’re also solidly constructed, with flexible spring hinges that provide a satisfying click when you fold and unfold the arms. The spring hinges on the Keyhole sunglasses allow a wider range of movement in the arms
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