Posted by cevision on April 22, 2016
Pristine. Tropical. Remote. These are just a few words used to describe the white sand, clear water shores of the untouristed French Polynesia atolls in the South Pacific. Costa’s new sunglass styles, Hinano and Copra, are inspired by the beauty of the islands, and the resourcefulness of the islanders to live sustainably.
The name Hinano comes from the male flower of the pandanus tree that decorates French Polynesia. Costa’s Hinano sunglass style features a small fit, with cushioned high-grip temple tips, a low-wrap head curve and hypoallergenic rubberized soft nose pads, to help keep the frames comfortably in place all day. The optical spring hinge allows for a “forget-they’re-on” fit.
Hinano is available in frame colors including: blackout, shiny black, and matte coconut fade, as well as Costa’s own tri-fusion color technology, available in shiny navy + red + gray and driftwood + white + khaki. The tri-fusion technology shows the beauty of colors molded together into one sunglass style.
The Tuamotu islanders of the Anaa atoll know how to live resourcefully, making use of the plentiful coconut trees. Copra – dried, chopped coconut – is pressed for valuable oil, and...