FLEXON: BEND THE RULES
In 1961, U.S. Naval scientists discover the metal alloy used in missile heat shields returns to its original shape even after being hit with a hammer.
Realizing the potential for eyewear, Marchon purchased the patent to this material and launched Flexon eyewear in 1988.
Flexon frames, made from a titanium-nickel alloy, are 25% lighter than other metal frames and feature a nose bridge and temples that return to their original shape when bent.
Glasses have been serving as “wearable technology” for 700 years. With Project Genesis, we’ve now seamlessly integrated health-tracking technology into the temple of the frame.
The Dragon Alliance H2O Floatable Collection combines a floatable sport frame with polarized lenses for maximum performance in and around the water.
Flexon is a special titanium composite that is more durable, lightweight and resistant than conventional metals. Flexon will always return to its original shape when bent.