Classic and spherical. Titanium sunglasses with an innovative bridge. Barlow is an iconic round eye, arguably (and we will argue) the most timeless of all silhouette. Named after William Henry Barlow, the civil engineer who designed the St Pancras terminal. It features custom elements such as a fluid single piece bridge, adjustable nose pads and temple tip based on Constantin Brâncuși's Bird in Space.
- 99.7% pure titanium front
- More than 4hv on the Vickers hardness test.
- Ion plated to over 0.3µ
- Weighs under 5.0g
- Adjustable titanium nose pads for a comfortable fit
- UV protection
- Lenses, case and accessories
- Two-year warranty and 30-day no-quibble return
- Repairs, reglazes and free cleaning cloth for life
- Complimentary frame rehab after a year
Our frames come in a range of sizes from Extra Small to Extra Large. The overall size of a frame is based on its width, with each around 5mm apart.
The bridge of a frame is Narrow, Medium or Wide, and some frames are available as Low bridge.
Shipping is free for all UK orders, and on all international orders £125/€175/$200 or above.
Your sunglasses will be processed to order, glazed in our state-of-the-art lab, and hand-checked for quality assurance before being despatched.
You will receive an estimated delivery date once you have submitted your prescription.
Sunglasses typically take around a week for non-prescription or standard prescriptions, and up to two weeks for specialist prescriptions. Please allow an additional 5 days for shipping outside the UK.
We offer a 30 day no quibble policy for refunds and exchanges, with free return shipping from the UK and the US. Visit our FAQs page for more information.
See it on a model
Maria has a narrow head and low narrow nose.
She wears Medium in Gold.
Dipa has a medium head and medium nose.
She wears Large in Silver.
Roy has a medium head and narrow nose.
He wears Large in Silver.
Our promises to you
Two-year warranty and 30-day no-quibble returns.
Repairs, reglazes and complimentary cleaning cloths for life.
All frames include lenses, case, cloth and the Cubitts tote bag.
Proper eye exams