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Tifosi Camrock Gloss Black Golf Interchangeable Sunglasses - Smoke/GT/EC

Tifosi Camrock Gloss Black Golf Interchangeable Sunglasses - Smoke/GT/EC
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Camrock Gloss Black Golf Interchangeable Sunglasses - Smoke/GT™/EC™

Rock the Camrock with full frame coverage, vented lenses and full adjustability for a custom fit.

Frame Features:
Made of Grilamid TR-90, a homopolyamide nylon characterized by an extremely high alternative bending strength, low density, and high resistance to chemical and UV damage. Hydrophilic rubber ear and nose pieces for a no-slip fit. Adjustable ear and nose pieces for a customizable, comfortable fit. Vented lenses improve air circulation, prevent fogging.

Model Specifications:
  • Weight: 31g
  • Fits: Medium, Large, XL
  • Frame: Full
  • Rx Options: DirectFit™


Included Lenses:
  • Smoke
  • GT™
  • EC™


GT™ Golf & Tennis Lens
The Tifosi GT™ lens tint features "object illumination" , which enhances your ability to pick up a ball in flight by providing a balance of target and background brightness. Whether you are in the outfield, at net or tee, the GT tint is designed to help keep your eye on the ball. Available in All-Sport Interchangeable models. Tifosi GT lenses offer 100% protection against harmful UVA/UVB rays.

EC™ Extreme Contrast™ Lens
The Tifosi EC™ lens tint is designed for athletes seeking an edge in distinguishing terrain details. The hue of EC increases light contrast by filtering the blue light spectrum that is responsible for optical blurring and decreased contrast in bright light conditions. Use this lens tint for spotting the subtle breaks of a putting green or the lines of your local single track. Available in All-Sport Interchangeable models. Tifosi EC lenses offer 100% protection against harmful UVA/UVB rays.
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