Mission Bay’s sleek, classic style sunglasses are light weight and offer all day protection from damaging UV rays.
Mission Bay features Typhoon Optic’s lightweight TR90 Grilamid nylon frame geometrically engineered for maximum comfort. Exclusive AquaView® hydrophobic polarized lenses provide a visual shield against reflected glare while repelling water, oil and dirt providing optimal clarity. These nearly indestructible lenses are made from injected polycarbonate for lightweight, scratch resistant strength that will last season after season.
AquaView® Lens Technology
- Water-repellent so moisture will not streak or blur the surface of the lens
- Smudge-proof coating repels skin oil and lotion allowing for easy clean-up
- Anti-static means any natural static electrical charge that attracts dust particles is interrupted deterring dust from setting on the surface of the lens
- Anti-glare polarized lenses enhance visibility by reflecting sunlight differently in varying conditions
- 100% UV protection blocks harmful UVA and UVB rays from damaging your eyes
- Unbreakable, injected polycarbonate lenses provide superior strength and impact resistance
- Lenses are lighter than traditional plastic lenses for a more comfortable fit
- Polycarbonate is scratch resistant for a long-lasting wear
- Polarized lenses offer better visibility beneath the surface of the water
- Limited lifetime warranty
Meridian Green Lens Features
- 10% visible light transmission
- Optimal for river, stream or inshore fishing
- Amplifies color contrast and delivers high visual definition
- Ideal in intense sunlight
Every Typhoon Optics polarized sunglasses order is covered by a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.
These products may contain bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical known to the state of California to cause harm to the female reproductive system.
Mission Bay Polarized Sunglasses
|Lens Color||Meridian Green|
|Lens Material||Aquaview Polycarbonate|
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