Dirty Dog Quench SunglassesProduct code: RS2042610
In stock 27 RS2042610
Our lifeguards and crew are offered the dirty dog eyewear because it is a high spec product and offers 100% protection against UV rays. This design is one of the styles worn by the lifeguards because they are polarised which means they are more responsive and protective of glare than other types of lenses. Suitable for fishing, boating, skiing, driving or any situation where you need extra protection from reflected glare.
A powerful combination of integrated design, superior materials and ergonomic engineering delivering eyewear that is unrivalled in performance and innovation. Dirty Dog Eyewear draws upon an active engagement in the world of sports for inspiration. The aesthetic is based on concrete wearability, comfort, lightness and responsiveness to the demands of daily life and sports performance.
Dirty Dog lenses consist of layer upon layer of advanced technology bonded together to maximise UV protection and enhance the clarity of your vision for safe and durable wearing. The lenses contain 4 UV filters for optimum UV blockage. All Dirty Dog lenses are treated with two specially developed hard coatings to make the lenses extremely scratch resistant and prevent deterioration of lens clarity.
- Greater comfort
- light weight
- high protection lenses.
- glare block -polarised lenses eliminate glare and blinding reflections
- the 4 UV filters reduce eye fatigue
- protection from harmful UVA, UVB and UVC rays.
- plastic TR90 frame advanced hinge technology making them strong, durable and prevent frame distortion
- case and cloth included with every purchase
- One year warranty terms apply
- Lens is grey polarised.
|HORIZONTAL MEASUREMENT (A)||63 mm|
|DISTANCE BETWEEN LENSES (DBL)||19 mm|
|VERTICAL MEASUREMENT (B)||43 mm|
|TEMPLE LENGTH (TL)||123 mm|
|EFFECTIVE DIAMETER (ED)||65.3 mm|
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