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The Electric Loveless Collection Detroit Sunglasses bring slick Motor-City style to wherever you live. These straightforward shades inject your swag with steely style while they protect your eyes from glare.

  • Acetate frames are lightweight and their wire core adds durability
  • CR39 lenses are tough enough to handle the rigors of your daily life without succumbing to scratched to pieces, and they're extremely lightweight
  • Stainless steel hinges offer smooth operation
  • UV protection keeps the sun's harmful rays out of your eyes

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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

So I always buy cheapo sunglasses because I lose them. Chronically.

So I raised the stakes and bought these for everyday use, hoping that I wouldn't lose them. So far so good. They feel great too. I've never had glasses this solid before. I wish the hinges were a bit tighter, but the quality is high, nonetheless.

They look pretty good too. So I got that going for me. Which is nice.


make some noise for detroit

    In the sea of sunglasses claiming Ray-Ban as an inspiration, the Detroit is as close in profile and construction to a pair of Wayfarers as you'll ever get - and actually, I think these are almost nicer than the Wayfarers most of us already own. The frame is made from some very nice, two-tone handmade acetate and features awesome asymmetric temple detailing as per the Loveless collection. Early versions of the Wayfarer had that deep, signature 'tilt,' and you'll get a bit of that here with the Detroit as well. An homage for sure, but this is a classic in every sense of the word, and one with more than enough style to stand on its own.

    * not a super tall or wide frame - if you prefer extra coverage, check out the Detroit XL. Something about the slightly smaller frame lends a bit more to the classic nature of the profile, so if you need to widen the earstems out a bit, you can use a hair dryer to heat and carefully bend the acetate

    make some noise for detroit