www.shuron.com - Shuron has been an optical manufacturer since 1865. What is amazing is that many of the frames that they made60 or 70 years ago they still make. Wow! Talk about classics. This makes them the king of the retro look. These are the frames your grandparents wore--and we know some people get them in pawn shops, yard sales, and fleamarkets. Of course when you buy them off the street it may be something that's going to fall apart tomorrow. The new ones come with a one year guarantee. Their website at www.shuron.com shows all the styles, colorsand sizes. "Hey, grandpa, you ought to put up a website." " A Web what?"
And remember in all those old framestyles you actually have a choice in eye sizes, bridge (nose) sizes, and in temple length. On many you can evenchoose temple type (cable--flexible wire around ear [as pictured on frame below to left] or skull temple--the typicalstiff temple that hugs the head but is not as tight [as pictured on frames to right below]). Most modern day framesdo not have these options.