We present Fibrous V4, our carbon fiber sunglasses, that will rock any occasion. We had a mission to make a pair of carbon fiber sunglasses that both had quality, great design and a great price. And here they are. Made to stand out, as well as being highly durable and lightweight, these are the sunglasses that will endure any adventure you bring them along to.
V4 is our newest version, and we have removed changeable lenses because we want to keep high quality.
Special gift box set.
- Weigh only 21 grams.
- Five barrel hinges.
- Flexible and durable.
- Strong 7 layer lenses.
- Polarized lenses UV400, 100% UVA/UVB-protection.
- Measurements L: 152 mm, W: 147 mm, H: 48 mm
- Luxury wooden box with great details
- Zerpico leather pouch
- Pouch and wiping cloth
Real carbon fiber sunglasses.
UV 400 meaning
UV 400 is the category which blocks all light rays with wavelengths up to 400 nanometers. This covers all of UVA and UVB rays. Refer to the above table.
UV rays damage the retina
If you get too close to the sun, you will get a sunburn. The ultraviolet rays – the so-called UV rays – increase the risk of skin cancer. Furthermore, frequent sunbathing can accelerate skin aging.
But it's not only the skin that can be damaged, but the eyes can also be impaired too.
If unprotected eyes are exposed to the sun, a long and intensive irradiation can lead to inflammations of the conjunctiva and cornea.
In the worst case, the visual organ may be damaged in the long term and the lens may become cloudy (cataract).
Therefore always wear sunglasses with guaranteed UV protection!
UV-C rays are basically absorbed by the earth's atmosphere, but UV-B and UV-A rays penetrate unhindered to the earth's surface. The designation UV400 with guaranteed UV protection protects against harmful UV-B and UV-A radiation.
Furthermore, the sunglasses reduce visible light, which makes seeing in the sunshine more pleasant.
In short, the term UV400 means that the glasses absorb UV-A, B and C rays, up to a wavelength of 400 nanometers.
Other quality features of sunglasses
- CE mark: The CE mark has been existing since 1 July 1995 and indicates that there is UV protection up to at least 380 nanometres. It is located on the inside of the temples and indicates that the model complies with current EU standards.
- Spectacle frame: As already mentioned in the article, sunlight can also infiltrate from above and laterally. Therefore, in order to ensure optimum protection, slightly larger lenses and wider temples can be used.
- Polarization filters: The polarized lenses have a special coating that increases visibility through filtering during exposure to intense light rays. These lenses are designed to reduce the glare of surfaces such as water, snow or glass. Sunglasses with polarizing lenses are particularly suitable for car drivers.