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Tifosi Launch F.H. AC Red/Clarion Blue/Clear Lens Sunglasses - Gloss Black

Tifosi Launch F.H. AC Red/Clarion Blue/Clear Lens Sunglasses - Gloss Black
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Launch F.H. AC Red&tradel/Clarion Blue/Clear Lens Sunglasses - Gloss Black

Tifosi Optics. Ultimate Protection. Ultimate Perception.

Included Lenses:
  • AC Red™
  • Clarion Blue
  • Clear


Adaptable. Seamless. Multiple Options. Tifosi Pro
The Tifosi Pro Launch with a frame interchange system that integrates Full Frame, Half Frame and/or Shield eyewear into one complete kit.

Adaptable For Any Condition: Frame Interchange
Tifosi's unique frame interchange system makes it simple to fit your frame to your activity. Each frame type has a notch system that fits into the universal arms. Pivot the arm up and onto the notches until it clicks into place.

In Sync For Your Sport, In Sync For Your Lifestyle
The Tifosi Launch Pro kit is available in a wide variety of options, and each frame comes with an extra set of lenses so you're always ready for whatever the day brings. It's like getting multiple pairs for the price of one. All Tifosi Pro kits include a set of universal arms, a custom zippered case to hold all components in place, plus a cleaning bag.

Frame Features
Tifosi frames are 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. Adjustable hydrophilic rubber ear and nose pieces offer a non-slip, customizable and comfortable fit.

Tifosi Optics Interchangeable sunglasses feature decentered shatterproof polycarbonate lenses to virtually eliminate distortion, give sharp peripheral vision, and offer 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays, bugs, rocks, or whatever comes your way. Lens installation/removal is fast and easy.

Model Specifications:
  • Frame Type: Full Frame, Open Lens
  • Weight: Full 29g, Half 27g
  • Fit: Large, Medium, Small
  • Rx Compatibility: DirectFit™
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Tifosi Launch F.H. AC Red/Clarion Blue/Clear Lens Sunglasses - Gloss Black 1301200222 TIFOSI LAUNCH, F.H. SUNGLASSES GLOSS BLACK, CLARION BLUE,
$111.42
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