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Tifosi Seek FC Fototec Sunglasses - Carbon

Tifosi Seek FC Fototec Sunglasses - Carbon
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Seek FC

Included Lenses:
  • Light Night Fototec


Fototec™ lenses with variable tint technology adjust rapidly to changing light conditions for superior clarity and protection. In bright sun, microscopic photochromic particles embedded in the lens react to UV rays, darkening the optics so you'll never squint. With cloud cover, the
particles return to their previous state, letting through more light. Tifosi's Fototec™ lenses are market leaders because of their lightweight, durability and incredible speed. All Tifosi lenses offer 100% protection against harmful UVA/UVB rays.

Specifications:
  • Weight: 26g
  • Fit: Small-Large
  • Material: Polycarbonate


Features:
  • Hydrophilic rubber nose pad and adjustable temple
  • Light Night Fototec: 75-25% Light Transmission
  • Tifosi's widest transmission range
  • Clear-to-smoke transition provides clarity, comfort and protection from dawn to dusk
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Tifosi Seek FC Fototec Sunglasses - Carbon 0190300731 TIFOSI SEEK FC FOTOTEC SUNGLASSES - CARBON
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