Baendit eyewear = bendable + modular sunglasses

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I wish I could wear sunglasses, but I wear normal glasses with Transitions Optical photochromic lenses. That’s just a fancy way of saying that the lenses darken when exposed to sunlight. They work fine but don’t allow me the ability to change styles as easily as I could if I were able to wear regular sunglasses. So people of the world with good eyes, this post is for you! Baendit eyewear (read: bandit, the outlaws from which its designs are inspired) are modular unisex sunglasses that you can customize yourself to design your own unique pair of sunglasses. They are available in two lens shapes, the Salvatore Giuliano (above left) and Ned Kelly (above right) in up to 100 different color combinations with interchangeable bendable temples and nose pieces. A completed pair of sunglasses runs $119, but you can buy additional parts to change up the styles for $59 – $69. For more information, visit

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