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The Revo Transom Polarized Sunglasses’ thin, scratch-resistant 1.8mm glass lenses and superlight alloy frame take aviator style to the sport field. Slip the Transoms on for your mountaineering trips or your first solo flight.

  • Serilium lenses withstand high-velocity impact from gravel
  • Polarcast polarization technology handles glare off water, snow, and sidewalk
  • Nickel-silver alloy frames are lightweight and corrosion-resistant for comfort and durability
  • Element Shed coating helps keep lenses clean despite finger-oil, sweat, and mud
  • Anti-reflective coating eliminates light that is otherwise reflected off the inside of the lenses
  • Spring hinges make for a comfortable, flexible fit
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pretty sweet

    These are my first polarized sunglasses that i have owned. awesome awesome awesome. the only bad things i can say are that after wearing them for a while, they start squeezing my nose (i do have a big nose...) which just means i have to keep adjusting to relieve the discomfort. in addition, i cant see my cell phone screen when i wear them. I have no idea if anyone else has this problem, but i have to tilt my shades to see who is calling/texting. for everyday wear they are great though

    best sun glass

      I used Ray Ban since I was 15, I am 43 now, and all other brands make me head hake, as a photographer I am very careful in what lenses I should use.

      Last week I bought Revo Transom, brown polarized lenses beside the weight, (is a little bit heavy), it is a very comfortable , and the lenses are superb.Very bright, and eyes friendly

      They are original, fashion, and conservative enough to use it for long time and I stop to felt like one of the small group of billions with ray ban sunglasses.

      Good: Resistant, lenses, contrast, polarized, frame estructure.

      Bad: weight, finishing around the lenses, manufacture split glue inside frame.