Grab the Tifosi Optics Bronx Sunglasses for full coverage and maximum comfort. The Bronx is equipped with a sleek, full-wrap design that's optimal for keeping out sneaky sun rays and consequently caters to a variety of activities ranging from fishing to climbing. Additionally, the frames are constructed with a durable, homopolyamide nylon called Grilamid TR-90 that's known for its low density, high resistance to chemical and UV damage, and incredible bending strength, while the Tifosi polycarbonate lenses protect you against harmful UVA/UVB rays with its true polarization that's embedded into the material itself rather than simply coated with a thin layer of polarization treatment. Not to mention, these decentered lenses are also furnished with ventilation and a glare guard, which prevents unnecessary glare and increases airflow, in turn preventing fogging and encouraging optimal visibility. So whether you're golfing, fishing, or climbing, the Bronx keeps you well covered. 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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