Supported by Tony Parker, Bolle brings you a new line of Sport Protective glasses designed for kids.
Eyesize: SM: 48/17 (fits ages 4 to 7) or Med: 52/15 (fits ages 7 to 12) (See "More Help" tab for sizing information)
SAS Shock Absorption System: A revolutionary industrial process that allows co-injecting two different materials at the same time: hard material for impact resistance and very soft material for impact absorption. This new process does not use chemical bonding agents, greatly reducing the risk of allergic reactions and avoiding the possibility of heat-induced separation of components. This process also offers a very high level of durability.
Platinum Coating: The most efficient Bollé-owned scratch resistant and anti-fog technology, used successfully in industrial and military environments. It delivers precise vision even during the most demanding physical activities.
Polycarbonate Lenses: All Sport Protective frames are constructed with a recently developed grade of polycarbonate, delivering flexibility for comfort combined with a very high level of impact resistance. Additional benefits include: greater adjustability and an unrivalled ergonomic fit.
Certified Protective: Safety eyewear is governed by standards that are quite distinct from those applicable to ophthalmic eyewear worn every day. Our number one concern is the safety of our customers. Therefore, Bollé Sport Protective eyewear complies with the EN 166, ANSI Z87.1-2010 and ASTM standards, even when corrective lenses are incorporated. The EN166:2001 standard certifies the frame assembled with corrective or non-corrective lenses in terms of optical precision, impact resistance of corrective lenses used for assembly (2mm polycarbonate only), anti fog and anti-scratch treatment, UVA and UVB filtration, frame resistance and lateral protection. 2mm polycarbonate protective lenses.
Includes sport retainer strap.
Note: If you are not purchasing prescription lenses with A Sight for Sport Eyes: To guarantee impact resistance and comply with ASTM F803 and ANSI Z87.1-2010 standard, polycarbonate lenses must have a minimum thickness of 2mm to be glazed (rxed).
Bolle Prescription Information
Bolle Authentic RX prescription lenses available to ensure safety standards are met. Prescription ranges +6.00 to -8.00 total power (sphere plus cylinder). Lenses available inpolycarbonate lens materials. Progressives and bifocalsavailable by special order only. Processing time: 7 to 10 working days. Coatings will add extra time.
As long as they are in the original condition and packaging and not prescription, they are returnable within 30 days. You can read the full return policy here:
by Tim Mason
on March 17, 2015 07:00:00