Eyewear Features

Creative Process

The workmanship invested in temples, with materials as noble and natural as Finewood or Authentic Buffalo Horn, is an art that many envy, and some try to imitate, but none has succeeded in matching.
“There are no shortcuts to quality, so innovative designs, luxurious materials and old world craftsmanship are only the beginning.” – DITA

“The combination of different but precious materials is the focus of our research, therefore the materials used and the manufacturing processes for our collections are incomparable to no one on the market.” – Pugnale & Nyleve

“We believe everyone should experience all 16,777,216 hues of beautiful color that surrounds us every day.” – Maui Jim
“Always on the cutting edge, Sama Eyewear is proud of its many design and manufacturing firsts including the introduction of 100% pure titanium to the optical industry. ” – Sama
“The selection of the right glass is made according to medical and aesthetic requirements and not by a brand name, so we guarantee you an individual product of the highest quality, both in terms of technology and medical requirements.” – Val Mor
“Far from standardized fashion diktats and conformist trends , each collection  asserts its artistic temperament , drawing its inspiration from the sources of Modern Art, architecture and contemporary design.” – Face-a-Face

system-two – dita

The latest installment in the System-Series, SYSTEM-TWO employs a single thin titanium exoskeleton to achieve an elegant new take on a classic round aviator.

Melding decorative styles spanning from antiquity to modernity, SYSTEM-TWO evokes the tatara ironworking method that allowed early Japanese blacksmiths to forge elaborate creations from clay blast ovens. This artisanal legacy flourished anew in the early 20th century, when modernist architects began to incorporate Japanese craftwork into structures and furnishings around the world. This decorative arts revival influenced the frame’s industrial proportions, as well as its etched temples and intricately sculpted end-pieces.

i like it well-done!

CREATING A SINGLE DITA FRAME CAN TAKE AS MANY AS 320 SEPARATE PRODUCTION STEPS OVER 8 MONTHS.

Unlike brands that commercially process massive quantities of acetate frames as quickly and cheaply as possible, we prefer to slowly tumble our acetate frames in genuine, hand-cut bamboo chips of varying shapes and sizes. In addition to utilizing a renewable resource, our traditional bamboo polishing process results in a deeper, richer, higher quality finish that you’ll immediately see and feel the moment you hold a DITA frame in your hands.