Ogi Eyewear


Minneapolis-based Ogi Eyewear, spearheaded by co-founder and designer David Spencer, currently finds itself in the international forefront of eyewear and accessories with sleek, on-trend designs appealing to a broad and discerning range of clientele.

OGI Eyewear and sunwear includes models in zyl, titanium, metal, compression mount rimless and laser-cut temples. OGI’s sophisticated use of color, while gracefully striking a balance between “design-savvy” and “down-to-earth,” is a standout for its affordable price point. OGI frames are always within reach for those seeking stylish eyewear with a practical price tag.

In 2008, OGI introduced “Spinners,” a new collection especially made for kids. This eyewear line features an exclusive spring hinge that also rotates 360 degrees – a perfect feature for active kids. The Spinner affords complete flexibility to lessen the occurrence of breakage. The overall look of Spinners is playful and fun, sure to win over both kids and parents alike.

At the center of David Spencer’s design approach, style and function merge into an easily translatable product, appealing to a wide range of customers. David’s creative spirit, sense of humor and down-to-earth sensibility comes through in his work and will always be reflected in the OGI brand — affordable luxury.

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