These navigator-style frames designed by filmmaker Michael Polish are a sleek homage to the Greatest Generation. Forged entirely out of Beta titanium, their modernized Bayonet temple—a detail developed in the late 50’s that allowed for U.S. pilots like Polish’s father to wear glasses and helmets—combine retro functionality with a handsome attention to detail.
MATERIAL: 100% BETA TITANIUM ANTIQUE SILVER FRAME W ACETATE BAYONET STYLE TEMPLE
HARDWARE: BETA TITANIUM - LENS: DARK BLUE CR39 - HANDCRAFTED IN JAPAN
- Classic navigator shape frame
- Beta titanium frame
- Beta titanium bayonet temples featuring custom native engravings w/ acetate temple tips
- Monoblock titanium hinge construction
- Custom 4mm rim wire w/ hairline detail
- Custom nose pads w/ logo & hairline engraving
- 2 base CR39 lens w/ backside anti-reflective treatment
- 100% UV protection
- Suede covered hard shell case
- Custom, microfiber cleaning cloth/pocket square
- Custom, canvas fabric-covered packaging
- Letterhead press certificate with limited edition serial number and craftsmen signature
Our frames are categorized as narrow, medium, and wide to help you find your most comfortable pair, based on your face shape and size. All measurements are shown here in millimeters.
Measurements for Jacques Marie Mage spectacles can be found on the inside of the temple arm. In general, the measurements for all glasses can be found in a similar place on its temple. If you already own a pair that you find to be comfortable, using this tool will allow you to anticipate how each JMM frame will fit.
Large forehead, smaller cheekbones and smallest jawline. The angle of the chin is pointy.
Cheekbones are the widest part of the face and have similar measurements as the face length. The angle of the jaw is soft.
Face length is largest. Forehead, cheekbone and jaws have similar measurements. The angle of the chin is pointy.
The forehead and jawline have similar measurements. The angle of the jaw is sharp.
Face length is larger than the width of the cheekbones and forehead is wider than the jaw line. The angle of the jaw is soft.
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