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Brody Flow Sunglasses: Italian Made, Bro Inspired

Drew Koeneman and Alex Koos, know a thing or two about the lacrosse lifestyle. Drew, a captain on the lacrosse team, and Alex, ice hockey captain, were in the same fraternity together back at Washington & Lee in Lexington, Va. Today, they are entrepreneurs living in Washington, DC materializing a dream to produce high-quality sunglasses. Read More…


Drew Koeneman and Alex Koos, know a thing or two about the lacrosse lifestyle. Drew, a captain on the lacrosse team, and Alex, ice hockey captain, were in the same fraternity together back at Washington & Lee in Lexington, Va. Today, they are entrepreneurs living in Washington, DC materializing a dream to produce high-quality sunglasses. Their company, Brody Flow, noticed a bunch of cheap, made-in-China type sunglasses popping up for the bro market. They felt like they should spice things up a bit by going to the source of serious style, Italy. Brody Flow got hooked up with the same Italian genius behind many of the major sunglasses companies, who worked with them through the design process. They’re all made just outside of Milan. The design/manufacturing process started back in April, and they officially started selling them through the website a month ago. View the three styles of shades below. The LPG staff favorite is the Flowfessor.

Chayviator


Designed and Manufactured in Italy
Custom metallic plates reading “Brody Flow” on the outer arms
Injection-Molded Shiny black frames
Grade 3 Tinted Windows™
UVA & UVB protectant
Signature “B” logo engraved on the top corner of the right lens

Cheddar


Designed and Manufactured in Italy
Custom “Brody Flow” metallic plates on the temples
Injection-Molded Shiny Black Frames
Grade 3 Tinted Windows™
Signature “B” logo etched on top corner of the right lens

Flowfessor


Designed and Manufactured in Italy
Base 4 Squareflow™ Frames
Injection Molded Matte Black Frames
Impact Resistant Tinted Windows™
Suggested dome size: Medium

Purchase today at Brodyflow.com!

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Miss Cleo
Miss Cleo
8 years ago

Omg, I’m buying a pair of these.

Miss Cleo
Miss Cleo
8 years ago

Omg, I’m buying a pair of these.

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