Smith Pivlock Arena Max

AVAILABLE COLORS
Smith Pivlock Arena Max - Fire - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Matte Black - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Matte White - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Reactor Green - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Tortoise - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Opal - Three-Four ViewSmith Pivlock Arena Max - Shocking Pink - Three-Four View
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$159.00

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Need Lenses Only?

When you order these awesome Authentic lenses in prescription, only the Rx lenses will show up at your door. The non-Rx lenses would have then gone to Non-Rx Lens Heaven, and will therefore not be present.

Our expert team has pre-built several superior lens combinations below for your convenience and enjoyment. These lens combinations have been handpicked by our opticians for optimal performance.

Please note that Non-Prescription Sunglasses cannot be customized. All frame and lens color combinations come stock from their manufacturer.

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  • Features
  • Colors
  • Mirror
  • Anti-Reflective
  • Anti-Fog
  • Protection

  • SINGLE VISION
    single vision Single vision lenses have only one type of correction.
  • SINGLE VISION (DIGITAL)
    single vision (digital) Digital Single Vision lenses have only one type of correction. Digital surfacing provides accuracy to 1/100th of a diopter. Put simply digital surfacing delivers the crispest, sharpest, most accurate vision possible. Digital surfacing also offers wrap compensation.
  • LINED BIFOCAL
    lined bifocal Lined bi-focal lenses have the distance prescription on top and the reading prescription on the bottom. They are separated by a defined line. We set our lined bifocals specially low so as not to interfere with your vision while participating in your sport.
  • PROGRESSIVE (DIGITAL)
    progressive (digital) Progressive lenses provide distance, intermediate, and reading in one lens without lines. These have also been referred to as unlined bifocals or trifocals.

  • Pupil Distance

What is a pupil distance?

A Pupil Distance (PD) is the distance between the centers of your eyes. Your PD is important in the lens-making process because it tells us where to center your prescription in the frame you chose.

I don’t have my PD. How do I get it?

There are three different ways to get your PD:

1) Request your PD from the last place that made a pair of glasses for you

Your pupil distance is measured whenever you purchase prescription glasses, so the easiest way to retrieve it would be to contact your doctor or the last facility that made a pair of prescription glasses for you.

2) Measure your PD on your own (or with the help of a friend)

We’ve created a video to show you how:

3) Let us measure your PD for you

· Snap a photo of the front of your face holding a credit card (or credit card-sized) object up against your forehead for reference.

· Face the camera as head-on as possible and open your eyes nice and wide. Send this photo by email to [email protected] in the original size.

· Be sure to include your name and order number – and we’ll take it from there!

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Product Details
The Pivlock Arena Max sunglasses were built for those pro athletes looking for a larger lens with maximum coverage. These lightweight frames feature adjustable nose pads and will provide lasting comfort throughout any race or training session.

Product Details

Includes: Hard Case
Fits: L
Bridge
Frame Width
Temple
120mm
Bridge Frame Width Temple
Lens Width
130mm
Lens Height
48mm
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