The journey of Loch Effects began more than 500 years ago when North American forests were teeming with massive old-growth virgin timbers. These unspoiled trees were harvested by our settlers during the logging boom and floated down the fast moving rivers to the Great Lakes; but not all survived the journey.
What’s a one-of-a-kind frame without equally impressive lenses? Lochs are outfitted with high-clarity FDA approved polycarbonate lenses that are made in Japan. Japan’s history with lenses is unprecedented – think Nikon and Canon. Expect clarity, durability and cutting edge anti-glare performance.
Note: It is the frames that are made in Canada but the lenses are made in Japan.
Owned By: Tim Waggoner and Dr. Nadine Shelton of Ontario
Last Verified July 18, 2021
Made In Campbellford, ON: