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Kaenon "Arlo" Sunglasses

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Kaenon Arlon Sunglasses

Make & Model

Brand:
Kaenon
Model:
Arlo
MSRP ($):
170.00

Blending sophisticated street appeal with a universal frame design has allowed "Arlo" to become a best-selling Kaenon men's sunglass and customer favorite. Its conservative design is ideal for any purpose, from sport to style and fits a wide variety of men’s faces. It's lightweight and sleek design translates into a true all-day, go anywhere, do anything sunglass. Variflex™ nose pads offer additional comfort and Broad spectrum UV protection, impact-protection and unmatched clarity are offered through Kaenon's proprietary SR-91® lens. Available with polarized and prescription lenses. Price includes a micro fiber cleaning/storage bag and protective hard case.

Features:

  • Lightweight, flexible Swiss-made TR-90 frame
  • Lens Material: Kaenon SR-91® Lens, Kaenon SR-91® Polarized Lens
  • Gender: Male
  • Nose Pads: Hypoallergenic recessed Variflex™ nose pads
  • Lens Base Curve: 8 base curve
  • Lens Tints: Grey, Brown, Copper, Yellow
  • Polarized: Yes
  • Fit: Arlo fits small to medium faces

Measurements:

  • A: 58mm
  • B: 37mm
  • Bridge: 20mm
  • Temple: 135mm
  • Frame Width: 136mm
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Quality glasses make all the difference

I have been on a search for the perfect pair of sunglasses for about six years now. I have figured out what works for me and what doesn't. Quality lenses are first and foremost and then the frame.
The Kaenon's have impressed me. First the sr91 plastic polarized lenses are fantastic. The clarity is on par or better than my 580 glass (yes glass not plastic) in my Costas. The plastic I lighter that the glass and shouldnt shatter when I drop them at the boat ramp. Another thing I like about them, they don't have the rubber on the nose and around the ears. Every pair of coasts and Wiley x have had the rubber come off at some point.

In summary, great pair of glasses, no end of day eye strain, and they help me see fish I would have seen without them.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
  • Offshore
Used:
2-6 times

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