The round, full-vue MILTZEN, first introduced in the 1930s, is eponymously named for our Uncle Heshy, who inexplicably everyone called Uncle Miltzen. And it stuck. So there you go, world…The MILTZEN.
FEATURES: made from acetate with exposed hardware, a keyhole bridge, and a three barrel hinge;
Moscot’s real glass sunglass lenses precisely duplicate the true old school colors first dispensed by the company in the 1940s: G-15 (a grey/green color first created in the 1930s for pilots); 100% UV protection and scratch resistant