Bolle are a fantastic company who create great quality sunglasses and goggles; for performance and protection. This company began in 1888 and they are still going on today, due to their amazing products and great customer service. They get a lot of pleased reviews of customers, most giving them at least a 4 out of 5; saying their comfortable to wear and are stylish. They also do an amazing range of prescription sunglasses.
One of the prescription pairs available from Sportseyewear is the Bolle Aravis prescription, which cost only £159. They have a B thin active design and come with a wide range of lens tint options; they also have polycarbonate and trivex options. The trivex options include black surface AR and have oleophobic/ hydrophobic treatment; as well as anti fog treatment, which means they can be used in all climates. The colours that these glasses come in are shiny black or anthracite.
One of the normal pairs is the 5th element pro 12071 sunglasses which cost just £99. These colours of these glasses are matt Carbone/ blue and rose blue oleo af. They have had oleo and hydrophobic treatment, anti fog treatment and they have a wild field of view. The glasses have an adjustable nose piece and temple pieces; according to Bolle they work really well with the newly launched Bolle cycling helmet.
A pair of the goggles is the Emperor 21304, which cost £59. They come with a grey and blue argyle, and an aurora amber lens with a blue mirror. They have a wide field of view which makes them great for skiing. The downside of these goggles is that a little flex can pop out of the lens and that the lenses but the lens is of a high quality and the goggles are a great fit. They have great flow tech venting and have triple layer face foam which makes them very comfortable; as well as a siliconised strap. They also have P80 hydrophobic coating with carbo glass anti scratch.
They also do many more pair of prescription sunglasses such as blacktail, Columbus, python and vibe. The 6th sense S prescription sunglasses are very similar to the Bolle Aravis sunglasses; however they don’t have polycarbonate and trivex lens options. Also they have trivex lenses and come in double colours such as shiny white with blue and matt black with black; as well as many other options including shiny black and shiny yellow.