Optical Prism May 2017 - Page 26

Aeromax BOLLÉ Bollé Eyewear distributed in Canada by Centennial Optical, has launched the Aeromax, the latest addition to its Com- petitor Bollé Cycling Solution range of sunglasses. “An interchangeable B-Clear lens made with Trivex provides optical clarity and impact resistance, along with an effective anti-fog coating and a hydrophobic/oleo- phobic treatment is applied to the exterior to prevent smudging. It also has adjustable temples for comfort and stability at speed.” On the casual side, Bollé has released its all-new model Flash, which is designed to “bridge the gap between the brand’s ultra-high-performance models and its more casual Sport Lifestyle sunglasses.” With features necessary for cycling, running and other demanding outdoor activities, the frames have interchangeable lenses, Thermogrip temple tips and nose pads and a lightweight, impact-resistant B88 nylon frame. >> www.bolle.com Native Braiden NATIVE EYEWEAR With a focus on outdoor adventure, Native Eyewear's 2017 collection is targetting both the everyday wearer, and those who need quality eyewear . The new Braiden model features a teacup- shaped lens, trilaminate frame construction and lightweight durability and is designed for trails, be it on skis or bikes. The new Ashdown trilaminate frame provides “superior durability” and the lenses boast “contrast-enhancing optics that ensure no obstacle goes unseen.” For more information visit nativeyewear.com 26 Optical Prism | May 2017