Cazal Sunglasses Vintage
Cazal eyewear has become synonymous with hip-hop fashion. Many of hip-hop's brightest stars have rocked a pair of Cazals in their music videos, around town, and virtually anywhere else they’d go. But, the Cazal brand didn’t have a beginning one would most associate with a hip-hop attitude. Although the space-age design and thick rims have become hip-hop mainstays, Cazals Conceptions are generally really different.
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Vintage Cazal Glasses & Frames
Cazal was created in 1979 by Austrian eyewear designer Carl Zalloni. He took the first syllables from his first and last name and combined them to create his eyewear company CAZAL. His first Cazal glasses were distributed through a West German company. Any way you slice it, Carl Zalloni was at a fair distance away from Run-D.M.C. 's stopping grounds in Queens, New York. The iconic vintage "Targa Designs" was one of the first pairs released by Cazal.
The success of the Vintage CAZAL Sunglasses brand was primarily built on innovation. Zalloni knew that consumers wanted something extra with their sunglasses. They didn’t want basic protection from the sun anymore; they wanted to make a statement. There’s nothing more impactful than a unique set of vintage shades that will make all those around you glean in amazement.
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Nowadays, Cazal products have become of cultural importance, providing ample protection from the sun and long-lasting durability. If you want to complete your futuristic and ultra-cool wardrobe, you must have a pair of vintage Cazal Sunglasses for Sale. From its outset, the eyewear maker has been on the brake of innovation, and some of America’s most prominent stars have taken notice. CAZAL glasses is still worn by some of the greats today, including Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Kanye West
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