RAP30-6

Polarized Floating Sunglasses

New product

£21.26

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FLOAT - POLARIZED FLOATING SUNGLASSES


Most sports sunglasses are 'lightweight', but the fact is, almost all of them will sink without a trace if you drop them over the side of a boat, or in a river or lake. Rapid Eyewear's polarized floating sunglasses design, weighing in at a paltry 30g, solve this problem for those who need shades for water sports and fishing. With polarized, Frostech blue mirror lenses, they look attractive, are tough and most importantly - Float can do the job you need.

The Frames

Made from a tough and flexible polycarbonate, Float will easily stand up to the rigours of life on the water, whether you're a fisherman, sailor or holidaymaker. Finished in a gloss black colour, the frames have rubber nose and ear pads, making them extremely comfortable; the flex in the frame makes Float easily fit most sizes and shapes of head, including youths.

Floating Sunglasses

The Lenses

Float make use of the technology used on the highly popular and well-established Aspen sunglasses, having as they do Rapid Eyewear's Frostech lenses. They are decentred, anti-scratch coated and finished with a polarised mirror finish that removes glare from the water.

The Package

Float are supplied with a head-securing retainer and a draw-string carry pouch that doubles as a lint-free cleaning cloth. Note: These sunglasses do not float when the retainer is fitted.

Conformity

Rapid Eyewear sunglasses conform to ISO 12311 and 12312 standards for sunglasses and protective equipment testing. They offer 100% UVA / UVB (UV400) protection and comply with US Z80.3.

Uses

Rapid Eyewear's floating sunglasses are perfect for fishing, wind surfing, jet skiing, kite surfing, swimming, water skiing etc.
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Polarized Floating Sunglasses

Polarized Floating Sunglasses

Polarised floating sunglasses that won't sink if you drop them in the water