Bobster Road Master Sunglasses

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Bobster Road Master Sunglasses

Dominate the road with this convertible photochromic eyewear. The adjustable strap allows easy conversion from sunglass to goggle, while the photochromic polycarbonate lenses lighten when indoors and darken when exposed to sunlight. Removable closed cell foam adds comfort for extended periods of wear while protecting the eyes from dust and debris.

Features:
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Frame Convertible: Yes
  • Frame Finish: High Gloss
  • Frame Foam Type: Removable Closed Cell
  • Frame Material: Polycarbonate
  • Frame Measurements: Temple to Temple 138 mm, Frame Height 45 mm
  • Frame RX Ready: Yes
  • Frame Temples: Skull
  • Lens Coatings:
  • 100% UVA and UVB protection
  • Lens Color: These Photochromic lenses start with a light smoke tint and change to a darker Smoked Grey in direct UV light.
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lenses Interchangeable: No
  • Other Included Accessories: Carry case, Removable & Adjustable Goggle Strap, Removable Closed Cell Foam
  • Rx Limitation: +/-3 sph +/-4 cyl
  • Special Features: Photochromic Lenses, Detachable Strap & Shatter Resistant Lenses
  • Standards Met: UV400
  • Storage: Carry Case
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects
  • Item # 12577
  • SKU #
  • Mfr. Part #

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Excellent riding glasses, they change quickly in the light and dark, work well as sunglasses, riding glasses or goggles. Took longer then estimated to get though.

Mike - May 20, 2009

(Griswold, CT)

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Fit and finish poor. Left side over the ear holder slides right out without needing to press the button. Could have been not so good if it had happened at 70 mph. Not nearly enough shading in the transitioning lenses, even on a partly cloudy day.

ben - January 14, 2008

(jackson, MI)