Introducing The Zero G NEW RELEASES for Fall/Winter 2011/2012

Zero G is proud to announce 9 new styles - just in time for the New Year. Handcrafted in Japan like all Zero G frames, these new models represent a blend of modern-meets-retro styling with bold new details and color patterns.

CHAUNCEY in Matte Purple

COLUMBIA in Brushed Blue Steel

CROWN HEIGHTS in Leopard/Brown

JACKSON HEIGHTS - A in Brown/Olive


PARK SLOPE in Red-White Gradient

WESTBURY - A in Black-Navy/Slate Blue

WESTBURY - B in Merlot

WORTHINGTON in Burgundy/Brown

Two of the new women's styles - CHAUNCEY and PARK SLOPE - take inspiration from classic-retro plastics while incorporating a clean, modern design. Both models feature richly textured acetate temples, and introduce all new vibrant colors to the Zero G line such as Turquoise-Silver Gradient, Purple-Silver Gradient, Red-White Gradient, and Merlot. With its combination of plastic and titanium brow line, WORTHINGTON offers the bold look of a vintage, feminine "Clubmaster" while maintaining a super lightweight feel. This innovative new design features a pressure-mounted plastic insert without screws, pins, or solder-points - an all-new concept for flat sheet metal.

JACKSON HEIGHTS and CROWN HEIGHTS are two new semi-rimless frames designed for a larger-faced man or woman, and support a larger, progressive-friendly lens. WESTBURY is a semi-rimless, unisex design perfect for the man, woman, or child with a narrow pupil distance. With two "B" measurements, this frame supports both a shallow and deep lens option. COLUMBIA is the long awaited, highly requested classic P3 shape from Zero G.

Zero G has strived to remain hands on and interactive with its most knowledgeable and creative clients. With these 9 new releases, Zero G has fulfilled its most requested client niches and presents a fully-rounded collection. To view all 9 new Zero G Eyewear releases as a one-page, click HERE.

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