The sunglass lineup at 100% continues to expand and its latest offering is the Sportcoupe. Similar in design to its Speedcoupe, the Sportcoupe Sunglasses have a little less frame material on the sides contributing to better peripheral vision which is an advantage while competing in any sport. The 2mm thick dual lenses feature decentered, spherical shaping that improves optical clarity and the eight base frame design offers a great wrap for optimal protection in a variety of arenas. The polycarbonate lenses filter 100% of the ultraviolet rays and reduce blue light and feature tints that enhance color, contrast, and depth to sharpen the horizon and increase detail and definition so you don't miss a thing. Additionally, the lenses feature a Hydroilo coating that repels oil and water so your vision is never compromised. 100% uses Ultra-Grip Rubber on the nose and temple tips so the glasses stay put with a secure fit when you're pushing it and refuse to slide around. Select models have HiPER lens which further amps up the contrast, colors, and details and better depth perception. A spare set of clear lenses come with every pair for low-light visibility. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: Thisproduct contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancerand/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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