Optic Nerve Variant PM

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Shiny Carbon Frame - Photochromatic Rose to Smoke LensSoft and hard caseUnisex // Fits average face sizesHydrophobic lens coating to repel water, sweat, oil, and dustWire-core adjustable rubber nose bridge and non-slip rubber temple tips for a secure fitPhotochromatic lenses automatically change tint depending on UV light presence (VLT range: 22-85% - See lens technology page for more information)Rx ready, compatible with RX adapter 100% UVA/UVB ProtectionLimited lifetime warrantyCalifornia Proposition 65 Warning Information

- Gear.com

Excel at the race while still looking good. A shiny white frame with rose lenses gives this pair a sense of fashion, but beyond appearances, it comes decked out with performance features. Photochromic lenses adjust to the surrounding light conditions, going from neutral pink to a darker smoke color, while UV and impact resistance keep you protected against whatever lies ahead. . . . Made with a TR90 frame and polycarbonate lenses. . Offers impact resistance and blocks out 100% of UV rays. . Features PhotoMatic(TM) photochromic lenses that transition from rose to smoke in seconds. . An advanced, light-reacting crystal is embedded into the lenses and reacts to the sun's intensity. In seven to 10 seconds, the lenses adjust based on the amount of light or UV exposure, with the transmission shift changing from Category 1 to Category 3. . Equipped with non-slip Tactilite(TM) rubber pads and vents. . Hydrophobic coating repels water, oil, and dust. . Shiny white frame with rose-colored lenses. . Ideal for cycling. . For medium face shapes. . This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. . Imported. .

- EMS

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