Bliz Tracker Ozon Photochromic Sunglasses

Bliz Tracker Ozon Photochromic Sunglasses
$189.95
Tracker Ozon Photochromic Sunglasses by Bliz
Price subject to change | SKU: BIZ0003

Bliz Tracker Ozon Photochromic Sunglasses

Offering a larger field-of-view than Bliz's award-winning Tracker Sunglasses, the Bliz Tracker Ozon Photochromatic Sunglasses ensure maximum optical clarity when you're skiing fresh powder, ripping down your favorite singletrack, and paddling across open bays. Not only are these sunglasses larger than the traditional Tracker model, but they're also equipped with a photochromatic lens that instantly adapts to changing light conditions. Leveraging Bliz's Ultra Lens Science (ULS), the Tracker Ozon not only features a light-adapting photochromatic lens, but it's also UV-protective, shatterproof, and anti-scratch. This means you'll not only maintain visual clarity through quickly changing weather and lighting, but it also makes these shades equipped for accidental drops and mishaps on the trail. The near-bombproof Grilamid TR-90 frame ensures long-lasting use, even through rigorous outdoor activities. What's cool about this frame is the bottom snaps off, allowing you to change its look and reduce weight when necessary. Two removable "Jawbone" bottom pieces are included, as are side shields for protecting your eyes during blinding light at high-altitudes. Other cool features include a snap-in, adjustable snap for added security, as well as a protective case for travel and storage. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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