Considered to be one of the most iconic sunglasses of modern day culture, the M3023 is a modified aviator made of aged Japanese acetate and titanium. Subtle Matsuda details can be found on the side shield and throughout the outer rim.
250 Steps, 71 hours, and 13 Craftsmen.
Each of our designs is crafted by hand in the renowned eyewear workshops of Sabae, Japan – requiring up to two years and as many as 250 steps to bring to life. This is eyewear created through 50 years of experimentation and creative exploration: each frame reflecting a unique journey from concept to construction. We never stop seeking new innovative techniques to express our ideas.