The Cazal 607 may have been introduced to the world in the '70s, but the frames didn't hit their stride until 1984, when they were adopted by a legion of East Coast B-boys as part of their street-ready uniform. Crafted with 10-mm-strong acetate, the frames were durable enough to allow the etching of surface facets, resulting in a unique play of light and reflection. Black was the preferred color on the street, but Havana and Crystal had their fans as well. For the current season, Cazal unveils a duo of 607 frames finished with an eye-catching snakeskin pattern. Representing a luxurious take on a vintage eyewear classic, the duo of available colors take the form of black python and natural python. They're in stock now at Feature Sneaker Boutique.