New Nautica Eyewear Collection – Designed For The Outdoors

The new eyewear collection uses carbon fibre for the frames, making them lightweight and lending them a sophisticated look

Aimed at bringing style and class to outdoor activities, the new Nautica Collection updates timeless frames with modern appeal, incorporating nautical elements into each design. Always drawing inspiration from the water, the new collection utilises carbon fibre, which is the same material that sails are made from. Stronger than steel, carbon fibre is an innovative material that makes the frames not only lightweight and durable, but fashionable, too. It gives an industrial look that updates classic styles with a subtle flair of sophistication.

Mens – Optical

The classic silhouette is accented with modern details

N8101 : A distinguished look of masculinity is achieved in the design of this classic silhouette, accented with modern details. The matte zyl front is complemented with carbon fibre temples that are lightweight, resilient and finished with polished logo hardware. Displaying attention to detail, the rubber features on the inner and outer temple tips offer a more comfortable, secure fit. Available in Matte Black, Matte Hunter Green, and Matte Marine Blue.

Mens – Sun

Carbon fibre-inspired patterned temples amp up the cool factor of these sleek injected aviator sunglasses

N5106S : Set sail in style with a classic shape that is given a new look. Carbon fibre-inspired patterned temples amp up the cool factor of these sleek injected aviator sunglasses. The Nautica logo is subtly etched across both temples, giving an overall polished look to this sun-sport style. Slim framing is outfitted with polarised lenses for enhanced colour, reduced glare and optimum visual clarity.  A spring hinge keeps its initial adjustment and balance, providing crafted comfort and fit. Available in Matte Black with Black Flash lens, Brushed Silver with Navy lens, Matte Navy with Smoke lens and Brushed Gold with Green lens.


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