• UV400

    UV 400 indicates an eye protection item that has been optimized to prevent eye exposure to both UVA and UVB radiation. Eyes are exposed to sunlight could be at risk for serious damage to their eyes, which can lead to a number of issues including cancers of the eye, vision loss, cataracts, and blindness.

  • Anti Fog

    Removing eyewear to wipe away fog can expose your eyes to potentially dangerous hazards and debris in your workplace. Anti-fog technology help people see clearly.

    Fog Free can be applied to plastic, polycarbonate and other eyeglass lenses, including high-index lenses and Transitions photochromic lenses. Your lenses and vision stay clear when you make the transition from a cold environment to a warm one. It may also keep your lenses from fogging up during sports and other times you are hot and perspiring.

  • Impact Resistance

    Lenses in sports eyewear usually are made of polycarbonate. Since polycarbonate is such an impact-resistant lens material, it works well to protect eyes from fast-moving objects. Polycarbonate lenses are up to 10 times more impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses. They are also lightweight, strong and durable. Polycarbonate lenses set the standard in eyewear safety. These lenses are a smart choice for athletes, those who work in hazardous job environments.

  • Polaroid

    Reduce Glare - On a sunny day, you may notice that objects in the distance appear hazy, or nearby vehicles are reflecting light in a way that is nearly blinding. A polarized lens removes the effects of glare by blocking reflections. This improves eye comfort and allows you to take in the view without squinting

    Water Sports - Without polarized lenses, the water’s surface simply reflects everything around it. This obscures view into the water almost completely. Polarized lenses block this reflection and enable the wearer to see the contents of the water instead of the sky.

    Reduce Eyestrain - Another nasty side effective of glare, eyestrain can be relieved with polarized lens wear.

    PC lens

    Polycarbonate is the material favored by most sports eyewear manufacturers because it's very light and shatterproof, which is an impressive impact resistant lens. Being flexible is what enables it to absorb energy without fracturing. Polycarbonate lenses are more impact-resistant than plastic or glass lenses. PC lens provide a very high degree of eye protection.

  • Hydrophobic & Oleophobic coating

    It works by making the surface of the sunglass lens unattractive to the water molecules. The hydrophobic coating also weakens the surface tension (or bond) between the water droplet and the surface of the lens. This means the water droplet is more likely to roll off the surface of the lens.

    Hydrophobic coated surfaces are also anti-static. This means that dust and other dirt particles are less likely to be attracted to them, if this does happen it is likely to just fall off. It resists stains and repels grease from fingerprints, so cleaning your lenses is quicker and easier.

  • Ventilation

    Our sunglasses use vents drilled into the frames or the lenses themselves at precise positions, where air is prone to stream past without creating turbulence that can make it hard to see. Glasses without these holes for ventilation can create warm air pockets behind the lenses, which compound the problems of sweat around your eyes.

    Proper ventilation allows the lens and air temperatures to equalize quickly.  When the lens returns to air temperature fogging disappears.  Our innovative exhaust vents to lenses and frames to facilitate better airflow.