German- and Italian-made Sunglasses from Pacifico

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These sunglasses sport German-engineered Zeiss lenses, some of the best lenses the world over for everything from eyewear, to cameras, and binoculars — even wacky stuff like planetarium projectors. And acetate frames carefully handcrafted by Mazzucchelli in Italy as well as Italian-engineered nickel hinges, and vintage-inspired shapes. For a little context, both of these manufacturers have been pioneers in their respective fields since the mid-1800s. Plus, they operate outside the confines of the standard markup-heavy sunglasses market, so you can pick these up for around half of what other companies would charge.

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