Clement Sunglasses - Black
A thicker silhouette with a subtly curved brow and bridge detail.Each and every Lowercase frame is made in their Brooklyn Army Terminal workshop by a small team of craftsmen and designers. Lowercase takes pride in their craft and make sure that every frame is of only the highest quality. Proudly made in NYC.
The Clement Features:
-Hand Polished Mazzucchelli Acetate from Italy
-OBE German engineered 5 Barrel Hinges
-OBE Coated Screws
-Carl Zeiss CR-39 sun lenses
-100% UVA/UVB protection
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Canada/USA: Orders over $200.00 CAD ship FREE. Orders up to $199 are charged a $15.00 CDN shipping fee. All orders ship with FedEx and are delivered within 2-5 days.
EUROPE: Orders over $300 ship FREE. Orders up to $299 are charged a $35 shipping fee. All orders ship with Fedex and are delivered within 2-5 days.
Find more information regarding INTERNATIONAL shipping rates here.
We accept returns on REGULAR PRICED ITEMS for the following; For REFUND: Return is initiated and mailed back by the customer within 7 days of delivery date. For EXCHANGE/STORE CREDIT: Return is initiated and mailed back by the customer within 14 days of delivery date. The item(s) is new, unworn, unwashed and in original packaging with tags attached.
Customers are responsible for the cost of return shipping.
Shipping and handling is not refundable and all sale items are final purchase. If FREE Shipping has been provided, there will be a restocking fee depending on region. $25 CDN for Canada/United States & $45 CDN for International.
Gift cards, hats, intimates and magazines or publications are non returnable.
To initiate a return, please email email@example.com.
Mixing new technologies with hand-finishing techniques, Lowercase is a new kind of American manufacturer, Based in Brooklyn, New-York. The company is sourcing Italian and Japanese Acetate, Carl Zeiss sun lenses and German engineered hinges from OBE. From design to delivery, the 30 steps process is entirely made in the incredible Brooklyn Army Terminal, abandoned building from the WWII.