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Roberto Marco Polarized Sunglasses Grey Lenses, Aviator Design


Roberto Marco AVIATOR Design Polarized Sunglasses for Drivers, Grey Lenses

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Roberto Marco Aviator Design Polarized Sunglasses for Drivers - Grey Lenses


  • Brand New with tags Roberto Marco Polarized sunglasses.
  • Lenses will block UVA & UVB rays, so your eyes will be 100% protected against UV rays
  • Sunglasses are made from high-quality polycarbonate are resistant to temperature variations
  • Scratch resistant polarized lenses
  • Anti-Allergic coating
  • Designed for All weather conditions ( Polarized Filter Category 3 )
  • A storage bag made of special fabric, suitable for cleaning lenses.


What is included:

1 x Roberto Marco Polarized sunglasses
1 x Roberto Marco bag for keeping and cleaning sunglasses

Frame  metal with polycarbonate arms
Frame colour  black
Lenses  polarized
Lenses` colour  light grey
Filter category  3

Polarized glasses are recommended for drivers, fishermen, skiers, bikers, golfers and joggers.  Also, for people with light-sensitive eyes, including post-cataract surgery patients, because:

  • the special filter blocks horizontal light rays which are harmful to the human eye
  • polarized lenses reduce the reflected glare from the water, snow or long, flat surfaces such as the bonnet of the car or the road surface
  • polarized sunglasses improve comfort and visibility, and give more brightness and contrast of the image without optical distortions
  • do not distort the natural colours
  • 100% blocks all types of UV sun rays (UVA,UVB,UVC).

How Do Polarized Lenses Work?

Light reflected from surfaces such as a flat road or smooth water generally is horizontally polarized. This means that, instead of light being scattered in all directions in more usual ways, reflected light generally travels in a more horizontally oriented direction. This creates an annoying and sometimes dangerous intensity of light that we experience as glare.

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