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Tifosi Tyrant 2.0 Polarized Single Lens Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Collection - Race Black

Tifosi Tyrant 2.0 Polarized Single Lens Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Collection - Race Black
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Tyrant 2.0 Polarized Single Lens Sunglasses - Clarion Mirror Collection - Race Black

Included Lenses:
  • Clarion Red Polarized

Not only do polarized Clarion lenses cut glare, but they also have a hydrophobic coating that repels water and sweat from the surface. Polarized Clarion lenses are perfect for water sports and sports activities where excess water or sweat is a concern. Tifosi Polarized Clarion lenses offer 100% protection against harmful UVA/UVB rays

Weight: 24g
Fit: S-M
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 Ear Pads: Fully adjustable ear pads allow a custom fit, increasing comfort & performance
  • 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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