Sunglasses put a photo filter on the real world
Introducing Tens, the sunglasses defined by the idea of filtering your world through a custom, sense heightening lens tint, that bathes your world in Polaroid-like warmth.
According to the Edinburgh-based creator, Tens is defined by the idea of filtering the things you see through the custom, sense-heightening lens tint. Unlike typical sunglasses, Tens works with the warmth of the sun to lend an uplifting tint to the world you see. Typical sunglasses, on the other hand, block out the light with de-saturated, cold colours.
With the focus placed on the way the bright sunlight is filtered, Tens pay close attention to filling highlight colours with subtle yellows and oranges, adding saturation in the greens and blues. The polymer lenses fitted on the Tens are both scratch and impact resistant CR-39 lenses, coated with UV400 protection to protect your eyes against the harmful UV rays of the sun. The lenses also have a special tint that is inspired by digital photo filters.
Currently, the Tens are available in one style, but the team hopes to expand their range to include styles for both men and women. You can pre-order your pair of Tens for expected delivery in June for $61, with free shipping worldwide.