SALT. Eyewear is For People Who Work & Play Hard and Want to Look Good Doing It

SALT. Optics debuted in 2006, the brainchild of surfers Taylor Whisenand and David Rose, plus business partner Ron Smith. While Whisenand moved on from being CEO of SALT. in 2012, Rose remains VP of Design & Manufacturing and Smith VP of Sales.

SALT. may have begun as a product of the southern California beach scene, but the brand is not exclusively surfer-centric. Instead, SALT. Sunglasses and eyeglasses appeal to active people looking for upscale eyewear that has an inherent, natural beauty to it, combined with quality construction and attention to detail that leads to perfect fitting frames.

Unique, Modern Takes on Vintage Designs

With names like “Andy,” “Francine,” and “Leland,” SALT. sunglass designs appeal to a variety of personal styles and fashion preferences for both men and women. Likewise, the brand’s optical lens designs sport names such as “Artie,” “Cookie,” and “Nigel.”

The names of each style reflect both the uniqueness of the designs, which range from modern takes on vintage frames to classic aviators, as well as the uniqueness of the people they are designed for.

With more than 200 designs to choose from, SALT draws upon influences from film, architecture, music, art, and the people and places of California for inspiration. Their offerings have been described as “upscale,” “highly personal,” and “geek-chic.”

Suffice to say, if you are searching for a look, feel, and color that is particular to “you” and your fashion sense, chances are you’ll find something to your liking with SALT.

Distinctive, Hand Made Goodness

SALT. makes eyewear for people who work hard and play hard and who want to look good while doing it. Quality construction means durability and eyewear that stands up to the rigors of active lifestyles.

SALT. frames are made by hand in Japan from Italian and Japanese acetate, in a process that involves 130 steps and work with numerous plas