PACE belongs to a new generation of sports glasses. The free-floating lens absorbs shocks, allows optimal ventilation and ensures undisturbed vision. These sports glasses include a second transparent lens. Endurance sports are demanding in every aspect. So why not add some comfort?
By detaching the lens from the lower frame, a free-floating lens effect is created, our patented FLOW system. The elastic characteristics of the frame allow the lens to freely move up and down while being exposed to movement or shocks. Combined with adjustable rubber nose pads and temple tips, a robust and lightweight TR90 frame and an open frame design for perfect airflow, these glasses are made for performance.
Self-tinting lenses with CHROM°X technology react to sunlight at lightning speed and adjust their light transmission in a fraction of a second.
SPECT Eyewear sunglasses offer optimal sun protection for your adventures. Whether on water, snow, in the mountains or chilling by the pool, these sunglasses protect you 100% from harmful UV rays. The sporty companions not only protect your eyes, they are also stylish accessories and come with innovative functions that offer real added value.
- Frame Size - Large (135-0-125)
- Frame: TR90 - TR90 is a thermoplastic developed in Switzerland that is extremely durable, flexible and lightweight.
Lens Colour - Transparent Self-tinting lenses
Self-tinting lenses with our CHROM°X technology react to sunlight at lightning speed and adjust their light transmission in a fraction of a second.
- Lens: Polycarbonate - Polycarbonate lenses are robust, break-resistant and offer excellent UV protection
- Spectacle shape - Shield / Wraparound
- Optimal face shape - rectangular or oval
Sunglasses Size Guide
The easiest way to find the right size frame for you is to start with your existing glasses / sunglasses. All glasses frames have information printed on them about various frame measurements. You can usually find these measurements on the inside of the arms, or you might find your glasses / sunglasses have these values printed on the back of the bridge or the inside of the nose piece.
The first numbers we need to look for will always be in a sequence of 3, for example, 54-20-140.
The number on the left side is the lens diameter. It’s the length of the lens at its widest point, measured in millimetres. The number in the middle, is the bridge / nose width. This is the distance between the two lenses – the part that fits on your nose. As mentioned earlier – this number is really important for a well-fitting pair of glasses. Finally, right is the length of the arms on your glasses. Just match measurements to your new pair of sunglasses for a similar fit and feel.