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The solution to your sunglass dilemma.
If normal sunglasses feel woefully inadequate for your adventurous lifestyle, then the Electric Stacker Sunglasses are just what the doctor ordered. These Gear Of The Year award-winners feature a removable soft touch mask that closes the gaps between your face and your shades. This mask keeps sunlight out during high-altitude hikes, blocks out wind when you're skiing on slushy late-season days, and seals out dust when you're cruising downhill trails on your mountain bike.
Of course, the Stackers' innovative features don't stop at the mask. A fog-reducing lens ventilation system keeps air flowing through, even with the mask on, to reduce fog buildup. The flexible, yet strong Grilamid frame offers a comfortable fit while ensuring durability during rough activities. Shatter-resistant OHM+ lenses are equipped with an anti-reflective coating to increase contrast, and they also sport hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings to shed water and resist fingerprint smudges. The double-action plastic hinge system removes metal from the equation in order to offer twice the strength at half the weight. Leash holes at the ends of the arms allow you to secure your glacier glasses so they don't fly off when you wipe out on a rowdy dirt jump or get tossed into some raging rapids.
- Removable soft touch mask
- OHM+ lenses
- Anti-reflective, hydrophobic, and oleophobic coating
- Flexible Grilamid frame
- Anti-slip nose and temple grips
- Fog-reducing ventilation system
- Double-action plastic hinge system
- Leash holes
- Item #ELC005I
- OHM+ polycarbonate
- Nose/Temple Pads
- double-action plastic hinge system
- Recommended Use
- casual, fishing, snowboarding, paddling
- Manufacturer Warranty
California Proposition 65
What do you think about this product?
April 26, 2017
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- 6` 0"
- 180 lbs
Initial impressions- The fit is kinda of bulky and doesn't seam to stay on face well. I still need to test them out on the mountain though.