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The Travis mirrored lenses will turn all eyes on you without ever letting them know what you’re thinking. A lightweight magnesium aluminum black frame with electric blue mirrored lenses, these frames are illuminating and irresistable

  • color: Black
  • frame: Aluminium
  • frame color: Black
  • frame type: Wrap
  • style: Active
  • Bridge Width: 11
  • Lens Type: Polarized
  • Lens Width: 69
  • Materials: Aluminum
  • Temple Length: 135
  • Shape: Wrap

585 in stock

Warranty: 1 Year

SKU: 18UAPAW100 Category:

Do you know what PFA is? BVG Tech

Bet you didn’t know that most sunglass lenses are made of Polycarbonate, which is basically a fancy word for plastic. Bet you did know that plastic can easily scratch and break. We wanted to do better, so we created our own lens material called PFA1 Polyamide. PFA1 Polyamide is a form of nylon, and it’s lightweight, scratch resistant, virtually shatterproof, and best of all, it doesn’t distort your vision. Plus, our knockout styles will make you shine whenever there’s sunshine. People will notice how amazing you look, but you’ll know there’s more to your sunglasses than meets their eyes. (They also block 100% of UVA and UVB rays for optimum sun protection.**) You’ll see and feel the unbeatable difference of BVGs from the moment you try your first pair!

What's In The Box?

Look great and do good every time you buy a pair of BVG sunglasses, because we donate half of all our profits to help veterans in need. Yup, you read that right – 50% of everything we make goes to the non-profit Veterans of Valor Foundation, which gives much-needed financial assistance and support to veterans and their families. With any pair of BVGs, you’ll get a customized BVG dog tag just to say thanks for your contribution. Not only do you have incredible style, but you’ve got a knack for making the world a better place!

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