The name of Daywolf's enterprise model sunglasses are entitled Septentrials™. The Septentrion was the name for the land north of the Roman Empire in the middle ages. The word literally means in Latin "the seven oxmen" and was used as the name for the land under the seven stars of the Big Dipper in the night sky. The land of the North was considered to be a mystic, barbaric world spanning a geographc region not fully defined nor understood. The words "Septentrional" and "Septentrial" were used to describe the people, culture and history of the region by the Roman Empire. For several decades after Columbus discovered North America, North America was referred to by most cartographers as the "Septentrional" or "American Septentrional." Daywolf® owns the domains Septentrional.com and Septentrial.com, both of which resolve to Daywolf's homepage. Because the Daywolf® Septentrials come from the land of the North (i.e., North America), and because the Septentrial sunglass frames consist of seven cast Titanium pieces bolted together, Daywolf® has chosen this name for its enterprise model eyewear.