Austin - Optical Frame

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Austin is a contemporary rectangular frame sporting rich acetates and distinguished metal plaquing. Designed for medium sized faces, Austin features a contemporary wolf tail and paw design by Corrine Hunt and incorporates a spring hinge for comfort and durability.

Austin is available in five colors:

  • A rich stripey brown and khaki gradient front with crystal khaki temples
  • A stripey grey and blue gradient front with crystal blue grey temples
  • A crystal black front with crystal black temples
  • A dark grey and grey gradient front and crystal grey temples
  • A dark brown and light brown gradient front with crystal brown temples

Every pair of optical frames comes with an embossed hard case and microfibre cleaning cloth.

Partial proceeds from the sale of all AYA eyewear and accessory items are donated to communities in need. 

Frame Size: 52-17-140

B-Size (Vertical lens height): 31.6 mm

We guarantee our merchandise to be free of manufacturing defects and accept any defective item for refund or exchange within 6 months of purchase. Optical frames are guaranteed for a 2 year period.
Wolf Paw / Tail
Corrine Hunt
Frame Size:
B-Size (vertical lens height):
31.6 mm


  • 5
    Happy Franes

    Posted by William A Darke on 25th Apr 2018

    My husband and I both have this frame and are thrilled with them , Also like to mention what Awesome Servuce

  • 4
    Very attractive

    Posted by Dina on 5th Dec 2017

    There a fashion statement fitting comfortable. I am very happy with my frames.

  • 5
    Love the look!

    Posted by Stephanie on 11th Apr 2017

    I absolutely love the design and look of these frames! Unfortunately, I am still waiting for the lenses to be done (illness), but I look forward to wearing what I consider to be a work of art!

  • 5
    Great frames

    Posted by Garth on 9th Aug 2016

    I am super happy with my frames, fitted them with Drivewear lenses for long road trips in Wolfie, our old VW Van. Thinking I might need a pair of the Bison horn and Bamboo frames with my customary yellow lenses for not-driving use...