Tuesday, 25 April 2017 15:09

Smith launches new ChromaPop Lens Technology for interchangeable Performance Eyewear

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Optimised technology for full speed performance, Smith is excited to announce the launch of ChromaPop™ lens technology to its family of PivLock™ interchangeable performance eyewear.

Providing athletes, endurance enthusiasts and thrill seekers an opportunity to pursue faster with more detail by enhancing visual clarity, greater definition and revealing natural colour.

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Now available across all sport and lifestyle eyewear offerings, Smith’s proprietary ChromaPop lenses filter light at two specific wavelengths to eliminate colour confusion to the brain while providing sharper, easier and faster visual perception. The result is an upgraded experience offering instant advantage and confidence for peak performance.

The interchangeable lenses are available in the popular PivLock Arena, PivLock Arena Max [pictured top] and women’s specific PivLock Asana [pictured bottom] performance sunglasses with four lens tint offerings: ChromaPop Sun Green Mirror [VLT 12%], ChromaPop Sun Red Mirror [VLT 15%], ChromaPop Brown [VLT 17%] and ChromaPop Platinum [VLT 12%]. All four tints are ideal for bright sun conditions. Each sunglass model also comes with an extra low light lens, the ChromaPop Contrast Rose Flash [VLT 48%], to optimise contrast on overcast days or in low light conditions.

All new PivLock interchangeable performance models with ChromaPop [SRP: £159.99 with two performance lenses], are available now at selected retailers nationwide and online at www.smithoptics.com

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