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- Fear no threat with the Arnette™ Hazard frame and create your path on the road less traveled!
- Top-grade nylon frame.
- Metal hinges.
- Shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses.
- 100% UV protection.
- Made in Italy.
- Temple Length: 115 mm
- Frame Width: 141 mm
- Weight: 1 oz
- Lens Height: 37 mm
- Lens Width: 61 mm
- Bridge: 20 mm
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Created in the humble surroundings of a one-car garage in Orange County California in 1992, Arnette was founded on the principle that doing things your own way - and having a lot of fun doing it - is not only the right way, it’s the only way.
The Arnette family is made up of an eclectic group of personalities from the Surf, Skate, Snowboard, BMX, Wake and Music communities. They are the chosen ones: the local heroes, legends in the making, style masters, pioneers and creators. They represent the soul of their chosen profession. Their persona is as big as their skill. They are driven, blazing their own trails, never following the pack, and no matter what, having fun.
Pros: Excellent shades as usual by Arnette. Quality materials and build quality plus their made in Italy. Poly-Carb lenses are tough as hell and block the rays perfect and also conveniently come in a variety of cool styles...I copped the Black Glossy/Grey's as well as the Matte Black with Red Mirror lens, both provide good sun blockage and are not vastly different from one another in terms of the type of light they block. Cons: The only real gripe I have with these shades which may ultimately be in part due to the size/shape of my head, but in my opinion is really attributed to the shape of the sunglasses arms - is that they tend to provide an awkward pressure against the rear of your temple behind your ears after prolonged use...something I never had an issue with while wearing my go-to-brand, Von Zipper's. Nonetheless, its very possible this is my heads fault rather than the sunglasses, but I do tend to find most glasses that have "straight shaped" arms are more fatiguing after long term use. Overall: Excellent shades. Stylish. Affordable.
I'd also recommend: Von Zipper
- Shaun - customer
- from Northern California
- September 1, 2012