District Vision Nagata Sunglasses

Nov 1, 2016

Category: Gear

Sports sunglasses, generally speaking, aren’t very fashionable. No big deal. It isn’t really their main selling point anyway, but it is exciting when you come across a pair that is just as capable of preforming as it is at looking sharp. Take District Vision’s Nagata Sunglasses for instance.

These sunglasses boast a kind of 1980s old school cool look to them while also being incredibly technically capable. The yellow lenses in the Nagata use the D+ technology and shatterproof polycarbonate to transfer a higher amount of light to make for a brighter more vivid environment for early morning and evening runs. Given the fact that afternoons are getting darker and darker as we approach the end of the year – this makes them a great grab for evening and early morning runners. Get caught in the rain a lot? The oleophobic treatment makes them water and oil resistant so you won’t get beaded up water stuck while charing through the trails. In addition to boasting great lenses, the sunglasses barely weigh a thing. Coming in at 22 grams and featuring adjustable hypoallergenic rubber nose pads and temple tips they are as light as you are fast. Get yours for $250. [Purchase]

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