Kigo is a term related to haiku writing and literally means: “word of the season”. Traditionally, each haiku contains a word or an expression that refers to a phenomenon related to one of the seasons of the year, a hint of the time of the year in which the composition takes place. Kigo can be an animal, a plant, a place, but also an event or a tradition. It generally represents the main theme of the haiku, the heart of the poem.
These impeccably designed sunglasses feature a Bio Nylon frame in a matte silver coloration. The silver mirror polycarbonate lenses reflect glare and provide 100% UV protection. The removable side guards and central insert on the bridge, both made of black recycled rubber, make this model unique and adaptable. The hinges on the temples are ultra-flexible, ensuring maximum comfort and durability.
All DDX23° Capsule Collection sunglasses have the DD logo pad printed on the temples and laser-marked on one lens.
ECO-RESPONSIBLE PRODUCTION: EACH PAIR OF SUNGLASSES IS RECYCLABLE AND REUSABLE/strong>
Each model comes in a personalized DDX23° box made of recycled cardboard that includes a recycled microfiber case for optimal care.
€ 149,00Available on 4 March 2024