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DITA celebrates 20 years as an industry vanguard with the release of its most innovative offering to date: the Decade-Two, a turbocharged reboot of the classic aviator frame that highlights many of DITA’s technical advances over the last decade. The melding of past and future, classic and cutting-edge, the Decade-Two frame is sleek and lean, with a mesh metal bridge and drill mount two-base lenses that provides a blast of coastal cool to a menswear staple. Signature details, such as DITA’s diamond-press detailing and flexible nose pads, feature in luxurious materials like titanium and 18-karat plated gold hardware.
The story of Dita Eyewear is really the story of life-long friends. Pursuing a passion for design, photography, performance and style they have shared since grade school, co-founders Jeff Solorio and John Juniper launched their first collection of Dita frames in 1995. From the beginning, international acclaim has greeted each new Dita collection, earning a place among the world’s most influential eyewear brands. Dita Eyewear is manufactured in the oldest, highest-quality factories in the world located in Japan. More important, the factories are manned by the last remaining master craftsman in the eyewear industry, some of whom have been perfecting their craft for more than half a century. In a world where competitors rely on mass production, rushed assembly time and quick turnaround times of 2-3 months, Dita takes pride in the fact that the production of their Eyewear can range from 6-12 months. The products are made the way old-world watchmakers assemble the finest timepieces. Artisans who believe there should be no time limit when it comes to creating a piece of history meticulously craft each and every Dita frame.