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POC DID Eyewear

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MSRP : $160.00


Product Description

DID is a versatile model for both casual and active use with a slim and lightweight frame, injected in grilamide. The lenses are made in NXT, a lens material that provides superior optical performance and protection. Treated with anti-scratch, anti-reflective, oleophobic and hydrophobic coatings. Uranium Black, Hydrogen white, Gold or Iridium red frame: grey lens, VLT 15% (Cat 3). Neutral tint that is relaxing for your eyes during long term use. Gadolinium brown frame: brown lens, VLT 15% (Cat 3). A contrast enhancing tint for better definition.



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