- Composite frame
- Composite lens
- Lens width: 64 millimeters
- 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays, bugs, rocks, or whatever comes your way.
- Non-Slip Hydrophilic Rubber Ear & Nose Pieces
- Grilamid TR-90 Frame
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Adjustable Ear Pieces
Seek's adjustable ear pieces are made of a comfortable hydrophilic rubber that allows for a custom fit, limiting slippage. Keep your sunglasses secure and enhance your performance while running, cycling or hiking.
Tifosi sunglasses are made from Grilamid TR-90 nylon material for an incredibly light and durable frame that resists chemical & UV damage. Tifosi frames are designed to beat the heat and provide comfortable all-day wear for any sport or activity.
Protect your eyes from debris with Seek's shatterproof and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses. The optical quality lenses provide 100% UV protection and reduce eye strain.
Adjustable Nose Pieces
Tifosi nose pieces are made from hydrophilic rubber and adjustable for a custom fit for any face shape. Hydrophilic rubber increases grip the more you sweat.
Tifosi is an Italian word meaning enthusiast or fan. Founded under the basic principle that quality eyewear should be available to the masses, Tifosi Optics has been designing and distributing technologically-advanced, value oriented sunglasses for sports enthusiasts since 2003. Whether it’s cycling, golf, running or fishing, Tifosi has you covered with a range of lens technologies and sleek, lightweight frame styles. Tifosi Optics lenses are made from polycarbonate material and always offer 100 percent UVA/UVB protection.
- Package Dimensions : 14 x 8 x 5 inches; 4 Ounces
- Item model number : Seek
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : November 17, 2009
- Manufacturer : Tifosi
- ASIN : B00AHASISO
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I am going to try to be very careful with the new ones, in the hopes that they won't scratch. Considering the quality, I think they are overpriced, but they fit well on a smaller head.
Update: I have had theses sunglasses for six months now. While cleaning them, the lens cracked around the screw in the nose piece, and broke off right in my hand! I searched on-line for replacement lenses, but it doesn't look like they make them. I will have to try super glue. I never dropped the glasses and have been very careful with them, so I don't know what happened. I would not recommend!
In terms of weight and hold, these things are great. There's been times I forgot I had them on they're so light. That can be a double edged sword. Light sunglasses tend to be fragile sunglasses, as my last pair of Tifosis demonstrated. It's nothing against the brand, it's just a design trade. If you're rough with your sunglasses, I'd say look elsewhere. The hold on these are incredible. You could shake you're head around (if you're up for that) and they'll not move a bit. Whether you're cycling, running, doing any outdoor activity, or just driving, they're secured to your head.
Overall, these are a good pair of sunglasses. The reasons for three stars and not more is as follows. The price is a little high for what you get. It really shouldn't be much north of $40 or $45. The photo-chromatic lenses are probably a big draw for those bothering to read this, and I gotta say, it's a little disappointing. It's there, just not very dynamic is all. I wish they were a little darker outside, especially when the sun is out in full force. Since there's a bit of s shortfall there, that's a big no-no since that's the whole point of sunglasses! The build seems too fragile for comfort. I wouldn't mind so much if they were cheaper, but it'd suck for them to break and get burned on the cost (sorry honey, I had to look at the price to review these. See what I do for you all? ;)). If I were to get another pair, I'd still stick with Tifosi, but I'd get a different pair. The photo-chromatic performance needs some refinement and then these would be worth it.