Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
141 Eyewear, a Portland-based philanthropic eyewear company, will come to Vision Expo East with a rainbow of new colors for four of the ULTEM designs debuted in the company’s fall 2013 collection—the Irving, Taylor, Alder and Naito.
141 Eyewear chose the material for its light weight, high flexibility, and to provide an alternative for those who cannot wear acetate frames. To entice customers and accelerate the company’s philanthropic model, co-founders Kyle and Shu-Chu Yamaguchi added both cool and bright splashes of color to four styles:
141 Eyewear will display these and other styles in the exhibitor’s section of Vision Expo East from March 28-30, 2014.
About 141 Eyewear
Portland, Oregon-based 141 Eyewear’s mission is to donate a pair of frames for every pair of fashion eyewear they sell. Donated frames are delivered to those in need via local clinics, where each recipient is examined and fitted with a new pair of eyeglasses made exactly to their prescription. 141 Eyewear offers high-quality, classically inspired eyewear for the discerning fashion consumer who wants to positively impact their community with their purchase. 141 Eyewear is currently available exclusively via retail locations in 23 states in the US, Canada, and Germany. To find out more about 141 Eyewear’s timeless designs and fresh look at philanthrocapitalism, please visit http://www.141eyewear.com.