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Product Etcetera created the BBTB campaign with the grand objective of fostering a stronger loyalty to San Diego and its sports culture. The BBTB strategy is primarily focused on establishing brown as one of the visual foundations of the San Diego Padres, as it’s unique to Major League Baseball and holds historical significance to San Diego. San Diego is the oldest European (Spanish) settlement in California and was founded by friars. Friars wore brown and our team is called the Padres. It’s that simple.
Knockaround teamed up with another local San Diego brand, Product Etcetera, to produce these special "Bring Back the Brown II" Fort Knocks sunglasses. Conceived as a follow-up to the original Bring Back the Brown Fort Knocks, these sunglasses feature matte brown arms, frosted yellow fronts, polarized Yellow Sunset lenses, and gold metal hardware. Each pair comes with an official-size baseball, a soft flannel pouch, and a 19" x 28" Bring Back the Brown poster.
Knockaround is committed to customer satisfaction. We want to assure you are 100% satisfied with the product you purchased, which is why we offer a 30 day return / exchange period.
- Returned / exchanged items must be in 100% resalable condition (unworn, unused, undamaged)
- Timeframe begins at original purchase date
- All returns and exchanges must be initiated from original point of sale (i.e.: Knockaround.com)
We do NOT currently accept returns or exchanges on Custom Shop orders, Limited Editions, Collaborations, Knock Boxes, Sale Items, or any international orders. All sales of those items are final.
To see full Return Policy information and instructions on how to initiate a return or exchange, visit our Returns page.
Laid-back or buttoned-up, Fort Knocks are durable, high-quality, and will add some cool to any outfit.
53mm Lens | 21mm Bridge | 140mm Temple
Frame: 146mm Width | 49mm Height
- Medium to larger sized head shape.
- Round, rectangular, diamond, or oval faces.
- Perfect for standing or walking or sitting or... (see where we’re going with this?)