Used for Marine activities. Amber lens with gold mirror fights glare in medium-light marine conditions. Fit: Medium
The Piranha’s sturdy nylon frame has sporty, sleek lines that are just as smooth as the company's popular Barracuda, but on a smaller scale. It's best suited for medium-sized faces, and features metal accents on the temples that add a little flash of sophistication to a healthy dose of good looks.
- Polycarbonate Lenses: Made from premium-grade resin, the lenses are 20 times more impact-resistant than glass and three times lighter, for exceptional precision and clarity
- Carbo Glas Coating: Lightweight and optically precise, the lenses are enhanced with an armor shell on both sides of the lens for protection from scratches, wear, and tear
- B TRU RX Program: Bollé partnered with Carl Zeiss Vision, a market leader in prescription sunglasses, to provide prescription goggles with a precise fit and broad, accurate field of view
- B88 Frames: Top-grade nylon is used to create lightweight, durable, flexible frames without compromising durability
- Thermogrip: Thermogrip technology keeps glasses on your face with comfortable, hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips to absorb moisture and keep sunglasses in place
- Pinless Hinges: Pinless hinges seamlessly connect temples to frame fronts, eliminating mechanisms that can break down; creates an extremely durable structure with sleek, lightweight look and feel
Bollé helmets include a limited one-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Bollé creates performance sunglasses and goggles for fashion, function, and protection, and is constantly refining its products' combination of fit, design aesthetic, and comfort, resulting in some of the freshest and most technologically advanced eyewear in the industry.
The company was established in 1888 in the small town of Oyonnax, France when Seraphim Bollé began manufacturing combs and hair ornaments. After WWII, Bollé began perfecting nylon molding techniques, and began adding safety glasses and goggles to the company's product line in 1950. In 1956, Georges Bollé created the famous, now ubiquitous "cat eye" sunglasses, and by 1960 the company was marketing the first ski goggles. Today, Bollé has grown its product line to include premium sunglasses, ski goggles, safety eyewear, and military and tactical eyewear from the finest frame and lens materials in its own factory.