Sunglasses James lily trapeze

From EUR 179,00
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Sunglasses James lily trapeze
Description
JAMES

Classic 50s style - the THOMAS SABO Browline sunglasses in trapeze shape

- Distinctive acetate half frame with Fleur de Lys decorations in THOMAS SABO style
- Richly detailed embossed metal frame, nose bridge and temples with graphic design
- Soft nose pads made of transparent silicone with THOMAS SABO pattern
- Comfortable to wear thanks to acetate edging of the temple ends
- Temple ends with applied Rebel Cross motif in THOMAS SABO style
- THOMAS SABO logo branding on the lens as well as on the outside of the temples

Eyewear – designed by THOMAS SABO: The unmistakeable THOMAS SABO signature with its iconic details, colours and materials gives the classic trapeze glasses shape a unique refinement.
Details
Category
Sunglasses
Eyewear shape
Square
Frame material
Metal, Acetat
Frame colour
silver coloured-shiny, black-matt
Glass material
Polycarbonate
Glass colour
grey
UV filter
400
Light protection filter
2
Mirrored
No
Colour gradient
No
Polarisation
No
Glass size
52,00 mm
Nose bridge width
21,00 mm
Temple length
140,00 mm
Article number
E0007-043-010
Highlights
UV 400

UV 400

All THOMAS SABO sunglasses offer UV protection of 400 and thus keep UV rays with a wavelength of up to 400 nanometres away from your eyes. This means that you are protected from all the rays that are dangerous to the eye (UVA, UVB and UVC).

POLARISED LENSES

The polarisation filter provides the tinted lenses with additional selective light reduction.

The aim is to filter out reflective and dazzling light.

These special lenses eliminate undesirable polarising light components such as water, glass, sand or paint.

In addition, polarised lenses darkens differently, depending on the angle of incidence of the light, so that contrasts can be better perceived by the eye.

POLARISED LENSES
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