TWOTHIRDS (Barcelona) x RAEN (Southern California) have partnered up to release a unique “Cross-Atlantic” Collaboration. Both brands are deeply rooted in the surf culture and have a special connection to the ocean & nature. To celebrate this relationship they have released a Recycled Capsule Collection. The Collection updates the new RAEN Wiley frame in both Indigo Fade & Tokyo Tortoise exclusive colorways. The frames are made from Mazzucchelli M49 acetate which is a super hi-grade 100% Recyclable material. Included in this Limited Edition Collaboration is a TWOTHIRDS recycled polyester Boardshort & Case both made in Portugal.
TWOTHIRDS x RAEN Wiley frames are made from Mazzucchelli M49 “bio-plastic” which is 100% Eco Friendly, Biodegradabile & Recyclable acetate. The “Barceloneta” (Indigo Fade) frame represents the ocean & beach. La Barceloneta is a neighborhood in the Ciutat Vella district of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. The neighborhood is roughly triangular, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea, the Moll d’Espanya of Port Vell, and the El Born neighborhood. The “Montserrat” (Tokyo Tortoise) frame color references nature & mountains. Montserrat is the iconic, multi-peaked mountain located near the city of Barcelona, in Catalonia, Spain. It is part of the Catalan Pre- Coastal Range.
Both are produced in limited quantities and are exclusive to this unique capsule collection. The temple tips feature the TWOTHIRDS logo and “Share the Stoke” mantra along with the RAEN “R” logo surrounded by a single drop of water, etched on The CR-39 lens by Carl Zeiss.
THE BOARDSHORT & CASE
The custom Boardshort & Case mirror the Indigo Fade colorway which are made out of an extra durable recycled Polyester fabric and comes in TWOTHIRDS premium quality. They are produced in a small family run factory in the North of Portugal known for their distinct craftsmanship and are available in US sizes 30-36 (18 inch length). The Case is also made from the same materials and carries the Collaboration logo.
Boardshorts available at TWOTHIRDS.COM
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