What Are Turok Steinhardt Sunglasses Glasses Made Of?
- Joney Tour
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How do you think which materials were used to make Turok Steinhardt super-stylish glasses? Plastic? Organic glass? No, it’s nylon! A shock-resistant polarized nylon, which is also used to make face shield for astronauts and hospital equipment. Sounds impressive? Exactly!
Just like the astronauts’ face shields protect them from solar ultraviolet and infrared radiation, so do Turok Steinhardt Sunglasses shield your eye from the damaging UV-rays. However, a good design is as important as a good quality of the product. These sunglasses have it all: attractive and stylish looks, high-quality components and the right functionality.
Turok Steinhardt Sunglasses are classic aviators. At a first glance, you may think that they are frameless at all and that what makes them so light — they weight 18 grams. The frame is there but it is very thin and is made of 304N stainless steel. The temples are also very delicate, but they only look like they can be easily broken in two. The nose pads come in hypoallergenic. wearing the sunglasses for a long period of does not cause stress or discomfort.
As you can see, Turok Steinhardt created a great staple-piece product — stylish, comfortable and practical at the same time. And it does not matter that the summer is almost over because you need eye protection from UV-rays the whole year around.