Parasite Eyewear | A Closer Look
Posted on 21 April 2016
Since the French based designer Parasite Eyewear first introduced its stereo temple design in 2002, there one of kind frames instantly sparked curiosity across the eyewear industry. The stereo system skips on the traditional temple fit that sits across the ear and grasps onto the users head using its dual grip design.
The result is an active fastening system built to ward off any movement during the most active times in your life. Perfect for sports like golf, tennis, cycling, and baseball all Parasite Sunglasses come with polarized lenses to help with any glare or reflections coming your way.
In an elegant execution each frame is made up of thin durable stainless steel that offers intricate designs across the frame front and temples.
The Parasite Eyewear Women's Collection can be described as beautifully unique. Also made out of thin stainless steel, the Galaxy series includes a polyamide material embedded into the frame front giving off different iridescent flashes of color from every angle.
The Racon 7 features a graceful criss-cross design on both the frame front and temples. It is then finished off with a spectacular gold-pink mirror lens.