Don Gavachit -GGG AR coated

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  • $80.00
  • Regular price $100.00


Don Gavachit is a lightweight acetate frame sunglass. The super sleek stylish hand finished Acetate with Dark Tortoise color and super soft green gradation lens are uses for any occasion wears.  The lenes AR (anti-reflective) coated to reduce reflections that cause eye fatigue when you are outside in the bright sun.

Include a Robust mold case and soft draw string sunglass bag (can be used to wipe your lens).



Metal: Lens: Suitable for: 
Gold Logo Rolling skull core wire Green Gradient Gold (France) Anti- Reflective Coating Medium to Large Fit mostly male
Size  and Fit: Lens width/Nose Bridge/ Temple



About the Lens

Crafted premium lenses are engineered in France. Our Gold Dust effect lenses sparkles under the bright sun. The Gold Dust effect can only been seen from the convex side and not from the concave side. On the concave side, the lenses are AR (anti-reflective) coated to reduce reflections that cause eye fatigue.

Gold Pixie Dus

All Frames are pliable that will conform to you (see care and instruction how to conform frame to your facial structure below)  

Frame is made from Acetate

Acetate frames are lightweight and often considered better and higher quality than plastic frames. They are known for the hypoallergenic qualities and are therefore a popular choice amongst those with sensitive skin. Unlike certain plastic frames of some metal frames, they are less likely to cause irritation.


Acetate and heat

Since acetate frames are not pliable at room temperature, you will need to add heat. To do this, you can either run your frames under hot water or heat them with a hair dryer (circular motion to avoid hot spots) for about 20 seconds. Once they are warm, use light pressure to adjust your frames.

PS. Do not leave acetate frames in a hot car. They will soften and lose shape.

Care for you Sunglasses: 

How to Clean

1. Wash your hands thoroughly so you’re not transferring germs and oils from your hands to your glasses.

2. Run warm water over your glasses to get rid of dust or other things that might scratch the lenses. Use distilled water instead of water from a faucet if there’s hard water in your area.

3. Wipe your glasses down with the microfiber cloth – never with a tissue or a napkin.