Looking good as you enjoy your favourite sport is a must these days.
Italian eyewear specialists Salice certainly knows how to give a good look. They have launched two new stunning pairs of glasses for 2022.
The 026 (£89.95) is the perfect addition for any athlete, technical, yet versatile and coming in some really cool colours, these glasses ooze luxury.
Cased in a swanky case, the glasses are robust, lightweight and will perform to the maximum in a variety of sports.
The enveloping lenses guarantee maximum protection from both the sunlight and the elements, with a cylindrical base 6.5 lens, which allows the field of vision to benefit from full coverage and absolute clarity.
The good looking specs have a natural flow to the shape of the lenses, and this not only enhances the protection they provide, but also gives great balance and perfect air flow to avoid the annoying fogging you don’t need at that vital moment!
Coming in two sizes, a regular 026, with a 152.7mm width and 60mm height and a smaller 0265 option with a 145.5mm width and 53.3mm maximum height, allows an exact fit to improve performance to an even higher level.
Moulded in impact resistant Grilamid and combined with anti-slip megol rubber, maximum performance and reliability is guaranteed.
One great addition is that the lenses are interchangeable, meaning you can change colours or sizes, depending on what you need or fancy that day.
With an anti-scratch, multi-layer mirror coated RW lens with a wide panoramic vision and IDRO water and dust guarantee, the glasses guarantee a greater sense of depth for faster reactions.
The 027 model (£89.95) have many of the features of the 026 glasses and offers clean lines and a clear panoramic vision.
The cool gold colouring makes the model distinguished and dynamic and the glasses harmoniously blends the durability and strength of the frame, with the graceful lines of the cylindrical base 6 lens, which provides a clearer and more decisive view without interruption and therefore full protection from UV light.
The technical addition of the multidirectional venting system allows a small amount of airflow underneath the lens which is then directed by the venting system allowing the lens to breathe.
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Photographs courtesy of Salice