51-17-145. A collegiate, classically inspired acetate frame named after Arts and Crafts movement’s Influential architectural historian William Richard Lethaby. The rectangular lens shape has a keyhole at the nose and the temples adorn a subtle enamel-filled metal decor. 100% pure titanium plated in 12k silver or 18k gold combined with Japanese cotton-based acetate temples and a hidden spring hinge. Polarized CR-39 sun lens with a hydrophobic coating and a proprietary 12 layer anti-reflective UGR12™ coating, 99.9% distortion free, carry 100% UVA/UVB protection, block eye-fatiguing blue light, and are coated with Diamond Cast™ anti-scratch coating. Individually numbered and handmade in Japan from the world’s finest artisanal craftsmen.
Every frame purchase comes with a premium microfiber cleaning cloth and a 100% genuine leather case. The eyewear case is engineered with noteworthy craft details and marked with the Leisure Society statements of color and high quality. The exterior is made of 100% brown textured leather and the interior is lined with soft faux suede in a seafoam green color. The magnetic closure case folds down for easy storage and unfolds into a 3-D triangular shape for all frame sizes.