For those of you who wear or at least tried on the LINDBERG Spirit Titanium rimless eyeglass frames, you know what an amazing pair of eyewear feels like in its lightest form. In these elegant glasses, you don’t feel much because they feel as light as feathers so you barely feel them at all. They are made out of Titanium so they are even lighter still and nearly indestructible. And the hinge has no screws. No screws means less weight than what already feels weightless. So LINDBERG Spirit Titanium frames are in that unique class of eyewear that fades into the background while still attracting admiration and attention due to their very elegant and minimalistic, hand-made Danish design.
We think that LINDBERG Spirit Titanium glasses are the most elegant and the lightest rimless eyeglass frames in the world at just 2.8 grams. With no soldering, screws, or rivets, the design features ultra-thin, ultra-durable titanium wire artfully twisted into temples, hinges, bridge, and clips accommodating any number of frame colors and lens shapes and types. Plus, the remarkable flexibility of this titanium makes LINDBERG Spirit rimless glasses almost entirely customizable as we and other opticians can tailor the temples and bridges to match your style (pick any color!) and ensure a perfect fit for your face. These are truly custom-made glasses that take no less effort than tailoring a custom suit or tuxedo.
Since the Danish firm of architects Dissing &Weitling collaborated with optometrist Poul-Jorn LINDBERG to create these striking rimless frames in 1983, the LINDBERG Spirit Titanium (and previously its predecessor LINDBERG Air Titanium) have been awarded many of the most prestigious international design awards.
Today, these pioneers of ultra-lightweight eyewear are as smart and stylish as ever, with devotees among the celebrity set – as well as the Danish and British royal families. Try them on, and you may just become the newest disciple of LINDBERG Spirit Titanium eyewear.
Here are some examples of LINDBERG Spirit Titanium rimless frames – do you like them as much as we do?