KEY FEATURES – Over 20% lighter than average cycling sunglasses – Weights only in .7oz(20g), Extremus Diablo Polarized Sunglasses have an extremely light weight mono lens design - Polarized lenses reduce glare - Lightweight, durable, and comfortable Grilamid frames – Anti-slip nose and temple pads - Block 100% of the harmful UVA and UVB rays – Aggressive wrap style designed for optimum fit and comfort – Ideal as Mountain Bike Cycling glasses.
EXCEPTIONAL LENSES – Extremus 1.0mm polarized TAC (Triacetate) lenses are manufactured with high quality raw materials. The precision 9-layer construction produces lenses with excellent optical quality which are ultra-lightweight, tough, and scratch resistant. Extremus bike glasses for men reduce glare caused by reflected light to improve vision, comfort, clarity, and lessen eye strain.
LIGHTWEIGHT FRAMES – Aggressive Frames are made from Grilamid material which is commonly used in military and medical applications. It is lightweight, extremely flexible, heat resistant and UV resistant. Grilamid frames are well known for their amazing strength, lightweight comfort, shape integrity and impact resistance. This virtually indestructible ultra-lightweight and malleable material translates to a comfortable fit. The tacky nose and temple pads prevent your mtb glasses from slipping.
UV PROTECTION and LENS COLORS – Sport running sunglasses with smoke lenses are ideal for bright sunlight with the most realistic color reproduction. Brown baseball sunglasses lenses increase contrast and depth perception, ideal for partly cloudy to sunny conditions. Extremus biking sunglasses block 100% of the harmful UVA and UVB rays and meet or exceed all U.S. ANSI standards.
SUNGLASSES CARE – Extremus includes a molded custom hard case for storage and a microfiber pouch which can be used for cleaning as well as storing your bicycle sunglasses. To avoid lens scratches and lens coating damage, clean your sunglasses lenses with a clean microfiber cloth or a lint free cloth and fresh warm water. Never dip them in saltwater or dry with a paper towel.