Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror
Abeno Slate Mirror

Abeno Slate Mirror

Regular price$215.00
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The rounded shape of the Abeno can be traced to the 1970s when the students of Boston universities wore a certain style of glasses, which were later on named as Boston frames. They are characterized by an inverted triangular design. They create a flattering visual balance and a less overwhelming look than many circular frames.

Our Natural Color Slate lens accurately reproduces the three primary colors, allowing you to see everything as it really is. This lens is solid all around, especially in strong-light situations. Have a look at our lens guide.

This lens has a silver vacuum deposition mirror coating applied. Compared to our standard multilayer coating, visible light transmittance is reduced by about 5%, providing a clear view in high-glare environments.

    Lens: Polarized TALEX CR39 lenses

    Weight: 20g (including lenses)

    Frame material: Ultralight and durable nylon

    Frame width: 5.4in (136mm) from hinge to hinge

    Temple length: 5.6in (145mm)

    Made in Japan.

    Shinzo Tamura sunglasses are designed and manufactured in Osaka, Japan, and made from the highest quality materials. Every step of the lens manufacturing process is performed in-house.

    If you experience a manufacturing defect in materials or workmanship, we will repair or replace the product at no charge within the first 5 years.

    We offer free standard shipping to North America. Orders typically ship within 2 business days directly from our factory in Osaka, Japan.

    Orders placed with standard shipping will arrive in 5-10 business days. Please note, COVID delays through shipping carriers due to volume and safety precautions could extend the delivery window.

    Expedited delivery is currently not available.


    Boston Frame

    The emergence of the modern Boston shape trend can be traced to the 1970s, but round lens styles are some of the oldest styles of sunglasses. They are based on early metal frames, when lenses could only be cut round.

    Since then, they’ve been established as a timeless style, evolving with tweaks and updates like elongated corners, or brow line accents.

    Premium lenses

    All Shinzo Tamura frames feature premium polarized TALEX lenses, handmade in Osaka, Japan. The filter is designed to block 99% harmful UV rays - helping you keep your eyes healthy and see clearer.

    Perfect fit

    The non-slip nose-pads are made from skin friendly elastomer, providing the perfect fit. Flexible titanium arms relief pressure, and give Shinzo Tamura frames a distinct and classic style.

    Light & durable

    Shinzo Tamura frames are perfectly balanced, ultra light, and made from non-aging nylon material, perfect for an active lifestyle. The double-molded frames are flexible, extremely durable, and do not deform.

    The hinges are molded into the frame itself and benefit from the flexible and durable properties of the nylon material.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Chris P.

    I had these in non-mirror finish before, and exchanged them for mirrored lenses. Simply because I don’t like how light the lenses were. But these are doing the trick!
    The lens quality is very good. They definitely talk proudly about their Japanese lenses, but they are extremely good. No distortion or wave effect from the polarization. I can look at my phone and see everything. Same with the display in my car. And I’ve had problems with polarized lenses and visibility before. But these are great. Only a bit light in color.


    Affordable mirror sunglasses with quality.
    Like many people I go through many sunglasses. They either scratch, the hinges give up, or they simply disappear. And I don’t want to pay 300+ for something that I need to replace again in a year from now.
    These Japanese Abeno frames are right on the edge price wise. And I’d say that for a brand at this price point they should offer more colors. But these sunglasses are pretty sweet! Great fit, light, and cool look. It’s probably the micro lenses that I like most. They are really clear. They feel like the best lenses that I ever put in front of my eyes. And now I’m worried that I loose them. Haha!

    Thank you for the feedback! We are woking on introducing more colors for the Abeno and are looking forward to introducing those soon.

    Candy W.

    Simple and great fitting, is how I’d describe these. My husband bought them for me because they are advertising with a universal fit. I have had trouble with sunglass fit before. Most of them sit on my cheek bones what really bothers me. Especially when wearing make up. These don’t do that though. The have a really nice fit and don’t slide either. They also are very light! Almost too light.