Picture this, it’s August 1973 and you’re walking down Orchard Street with a boombox on your shoulder and shades covering your eyes. The Lower East Side is full of bustling sidewalks, street performers, grit, and real edge…
You’re keeping your cool, while working up a SHVITZ. Life is good.
Lookin' for an eyeglass? Shop The SHVITZ.
- Handcrafted using Italian acetate
- Features three-dot rivets on the front and temples
- Comfortable saddle nose bridge
- 5-Barrel hinge
- Featuring Custom Made Tint™ lenses in Chestnut Fade
- MOSCOT temple engravings
- Signature acetate tips
- Designed and prototyped by 5th Generation, Zack Moscot in NYC
- Parts and materials imported
- Lens Width: 57 mm
- Frame Width: 147 mm
- Bridge Size: 19 mm
- Temple Length: 145 mm
- Size: Wide
US ORDERS: MOSCOT will gladly accept returns for any order from MOSCOT.COM within 10 calendar days of delivery. The item(s) must have been purchased directly from MOSCOT.COM and be unused and free of all damage. All original packaging must be intact (chamois, case and warranty card). Due to the highly customized nature of Progressive prescriptions, orders with Progressive Vision (multi-focal) lenses have a $100 restocking fee.
INTERNATIONAL ORDERS: MOSCOT will gladly accept returns for any non-prescription or Single Vision prescription lens order within 10 calendar days of delivery. Single Vision prescription lens orders are subject to a $50 restocking fee. Due to the highly customized nature of Progressive prescriptions, orders with Progressive Vision (multi-focal) lenses have a $100 restocking fee.
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Model is wearing The SHVITZ SUN in Crystal in size 57 with Denim Blue Tinted Lenses
Model is wearing The SHVITZ SUN in Black in size 57 with CR-39 Green Lenses
Model is wearing The SHVITZ SUN in Grey-Brown Fade in size 57 with Chestnut Fade Tinted Lenses
"Few brands can tout more than 100 years in business, weathering the ebbs and flows of the famously fickle fashion business. To grow a business with a global imprint while maintaining its familial ties is certainly something to celebrate."