Tifosi Slope Interchangeable

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Tifosi Slope Interchangeable Sunglasses are all about performance. Interchangeable lenses allow you to adapt to changing light conditions without carrying around three pairs of sunglasses, and the tough, impact-resistant nylon frames won't shatter if the game gets rough. Interchangeable lenses (included) so you can customize your sunglasses to suit the lighting conditionsGrilamid TR-90 is lightweight, resilient, and resistant to chemical and ultraviolet damageHydrophilic ear and nose pads grip better when you sweatSmoke lens color helps on clear blue days, AC Red works for sunny-to-cloudy skies, and clear works well in low-light conditions

- Backcountry.com

Tifosi Slope sunglasses are ready for any outdoor adventure. Lightweight and virtually shatterproof, polycarbonate lenses are 20 times more impact resistant than glass and one-third the weight. Grilamid(R) TR-90 lightweight nylon frames offer a consistent fit and flexibility in all temperatures and are extremely impact resistant. Hydrophilic rubber nosepiece and temple ends become tackier when wet for reliable grip during exercise and hot weather. Sunglasses can accommodate interchangeable lenses, not included. Tifosi Slope sunglasses include a semirigid zippered storage case and cleaning cloth. Best fits medium to large faces. Overstock.

- REI

Tifosi Slope Interchangeable

previously retailed for:
$28.93 - $29.98

The Tifosi Slope Interchangeable is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 22, 2016 at Backcountry.com.

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