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Tifosi Elder Interchangeable Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Collection - Gloss Black

Tifosi Elder Interchangeable Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Collection - Gloss Black
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Elder Interchangeable Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Colletion - Gloss Black

Included Lenses:
  • Clarion Blue
  • AC Red
  • Clear


Tifosi Interchangeable models feature decentered, shatterproof polycarbonate lenses that eliminate distortion, allow for sharp peripheral vision and provide 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays. Lens removal & installation are quick and easy.

The Clarion Mirror Lens provides consistent lens color with no distortion. Use AC Red for sunny-to-cloudy conditions and Clear for low-light.

Weight: 32g
Fit: M-XL
Frame Type: Open Lens
RX Options: DirectFit
Features:
  • Grilamid TR-90 Frame : TR-90 is an incredibly light and durable nylon material that resists chemical & UV damage
  • Adjustable Nose Pads: Fully adjustable nose pads allow for a closer fit, limiting slippage and increasing comfort
  • Vented Lenses: Vented lenses increase airflow to prevent fogging and to help keep you cool
  • Hydrophilic Rubber: Hydrophilic rubber ear & nose pads increase their grip the more you sweat - no slipping

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