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Old is new again at RetroSpecs & Co.'s outpost in Hayes Valley. The eyewear company specializes in restoring vintage frames from the early 1900s to the 1970s, in addition to offering in-house collections made from either titanium or buffalo horn. "The best way to look at us is that we are the Christie's of historic eyewear," Adam Cowfer, RetroSpecs' Director of Sales, tells Hoodline. So visit the new space at 475 Gough to find a pair of glasses or shades that come with a side of history.
· RetroSpecs Opens Vintage Eyewear Outpost on Gough [Hoodline]
· RetroSpecs Returns Home to SF with a New Store [Racked SF]