Classic Specs are distinguished from the competition by using Italian cellulose acetate, known as Zyl.
This plant-based plastic is a step above in terms of quality, not to mention it's hypoallergenic. Cellulose acetate has been around since the 1940s, and Craftspecs continues to be an industry leader in its application.
Cellulose acetate has taken the eyewear industry by storm. Not only is it lightweight and easy to mold, but this revolutionary material can also be customized with an infinite array of hues and patterns.
It's gaining popularity in designer frames for its excellent durability, a testament to modernization as we know it today.
Cellulose acetate glasses are a cut above the rest regarding quality eyewear. Unlike injection-molded frames, usually associated with lower-priced alternatives and their inferior look and feel, cellulose acetate offers an unmistakable elegance that is long-lasting and showcases natural beauty in its design.
Plus, never worry about them breaking down faster than other glasses; you're guaranteed years of use without sacrificing style.
Cellulose acetate eyeglasses have a bit of human touch, at every step, from cutting out the pieces of the frame with precision scissors to polishing each one by hand and assembling it, which requires craftsmanship.
In contrast, injection molded glasses go through an industrial process where petroleum-based plastic is placed into specially crafted molds for mass production; this makes them much easier to manufacture on a large scale.