At first sight, LINDBERG’s new product line – LINDBERG Acetanium – may look like ordinary acetate eyewear. It isn’t, of course. LINDBERG is known for its unconventional thinking – and has done it again with LINDBERG Acetanium.

LINDBERG has so far been almost synonymous with titanium eyewear, and some may wonder why LINDBERG is now introducing acetate frames. Others may ask why they have not done so long ago ....

As the name suggests, LINDBERG Acetanium is a combination of acetate and titanium. The front of the frame is made from acetate, while titanium has been used for the temples, bridge and lugs. This has allowed for a minimalist design, resulting in a light and elegant frame. Furthermore, the reinforcement of the bridge forms the basis for the flexible and adjustable nose-pad arms which are also known from LINDBERG’s other frame collections.

With Acetanium, LINDBERG has combined the best features of acetate and titanium to make a light, aesthetic and, above all, comfortable frame which is bound to set a new standard for minimalist design.

For the sake of durability, conventional acetate frames have been very solid around the bridge and hinges, which has made them relatively heavy and stiff – and difficult to adapt to the face. However, fifteen years of working with titanium as an eyewear material has provided LINDBERG with the necessary experience and expertise for the company to be able to develop an acetate frame which meets the company’s philosophy of producing lightweight, comfortable eyewear in an elegant and functional design.


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