Rooster launches three sunglasses – including bi-focal

Rooster has launched what it deems as an integral addition to its range – polarised floating sunglasses. These come in three frames, classic, sports and bi-focal.

Each style features polarised lenses to blockout glare from the water, anti-fog technology, and will float if dropped in water. Plus, says Rooster, they’re EN ISO 12312-1 rated to reduce eye fatigue and provide protection against solar radiation, provide high protection against sun glare (only 8-18% light transmittance) and are made with a TR90 frame, enabling the glasses to be flexible and durable.

Rooster says the bi-focal style features a lens rated to +1.5 magnification, which will allow wearers to read watches, the race course, and nav details as well as filling in any registration forms ‘without worry’.

The sports floating sunglasses offer unlimited vision, with a wrap around fit, while the classic style has been designed for use during sports and for road use and driving.

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