MATBLAC Leather Navy/Charcoal Specslip - Together Store South Africa
MATBLAC Leather Navy/Charcoal Specslip - Together Store South Africa
MATBLAC Leather Navy/Charcoal Specslip - Together Store South Africa
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MATBLAC Leather Navy/Charcoal Specslip

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KEEP YOUR LENSES IN MINT CONDITION

-Choose from Charcoal or Navy Felt-

Sleek lens protection for Aviator / Wayfarer / Reader style glasses

This reworking of the classic leather case features a 3mm German Merino wool felt front panel; Wool felt is shock-absorbent, anti-static and non-abrasive, making it the perfect lens protector.

The unique design leaves your glasses arms out, allowing you to hang them on a shirt or belt if you don’t have a bag with you. The premium South African Bullhide backing and closure will quickly mold to the shape of your frames.

  • Fits flat fronted glasses up to 5 H x 14 L cm
  • Matte finish holster stud closure
  • Arms-out design for shirt or belt hanging
  • Hand trimmed, burned and black-waxed edges
  • Now with a grey embossed logo that wears beautifully

            About Matblac:

            For longer than he’s willing to admit, Mat’s been fascinated with crafting, stitching and designing leather goods. As a boy tirelessly tinkering on his family’s sewing machine, Mat scrutinized every stitch, finessed all functionality and sketched thousands of different designs.

            Over seventeen years each product became a little better, a little smoother; perfected. And while streamlining these designs has been his life’s work, the process has stayed much the same.

            Japanese scissors and blades have replaced kitchen cutters, and German machinery has been a welcome update of the Neilson family machine. And his workspace? Now a beautiful, plant-filled studio at the foot of Table Mountain.

            But as for the rest, every single design is still hand sketched, and every piece of leather still selected, cut and crafted under his watchful eye.

            And sure, this takes time. It's not the easiest way or the most economic, but it's the right way.