Dry Ink / 24K Gold
The Omaha might be one of the most recognizable frames of the 20th Century. The style was worn by Malcolm X, one of the most outspoken human rights activists during the civil rights movement. To many, he was a controversial figure, but one thing that isn't in dispute is his choice of eyewear, which truly embodies the 1960's brand of intellectualism. Available in an array of hand-selected colors, each with its own distinct story.
Like ink running dry from a pen, the black acetate in this frame has a matte finish to it. The 24K gold plated metal accoutrements that make up the temples, bridge and rivet shields have a warm, bright tone. Truly a perfect pairing of color that outlines the browline of each face that adorns it.
Cellulose Acetate, 24-Karat Gold Plating, Steel, 5-Barrel Riveted Hinges, Dimpled Temple Grips