Carrera eyewear arrives in MotoGP as official partner of Ducati Corse, and launches an amazing 2022 limited edition collection to mark the start of a multi-year global licensing agreement for the development and distribution of CARRERA x DUCATI co-branded optical eyewear and sunglasses.
The CARRERA x DUCATI collection takes inspiration from the iconic design of Ducati’s most high-performance bike model, the DUCATI Panigale V4, and every minimal detail has been studied to be consistent with the bikes designed by Ducati’s design team.
Featuring the most iconic detail on the temples, whose design is inspired by the side view of the Panigale, the aerodynamics blend with functionality and are transferred into the collection with different thicknesses, depending on the consumers’ needs.
The major part of the collection is created to be worn at every race by motorcycle riders and young consumers who look for a sporty touch of boldness. Enriched by styles that combine the same design inspiration with thinner profiles and light constructions, they are suitable for comfortable use by all those searching for an elegant but sporty accessory to complete their everyday look.
A 2022 limited edition was essential, where both brands express their technology at best, with light materials like carbon fibre and titanium and design lines that would have no peers inside the wind tunnel.
All the styles in the collection are characterised by a range of common features, including straight temples, with metal insert, so to be perfect for those who wear them inside a helmet when riding a motorbike, but also adjustable for those who prefer a traditional temple which folds behind the ears. Shiny varnish treatment in the inner part of the temples, so to ensure maximum comfort when taking on and off, especially while wearing a helmet. Carrera logos can be seen on the left lens of the sunglasses and outside the temples while Ducati logos on the right lens of the sunglasses and Ducati emblem outside the right end tip – complimented with Carrera’s signature, the iconic “C” inside the left tip.