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These Warby Parker Sunglasses are Designed to Mimic a Racetrack’s Loops

 - Jul 16, 2015
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These modern but retro-looking shades are from the newest line of Warby Parker sunglasses. Each of the three new designs is part of the line called the Circuit Collection. This specific collection draws on inspiration from the Grand Prix racecars.

More specifically, the frames of these sunglasses are designed to mimic the racetracks of the Grand Prix. Each pair of UV-combating shades is made to resemble the track's "looping silhouettes, unexpected turns, and continuous curves."

The three lightweight Japanese designs including the Willard, Kincaid and Joplin are made for men and women. The frames each come in two different colors but are always offered in black. Every pair of Warby Parker sunglasses will make you feel like a race car driver no matter what wheel you are sitting behind.