Uvex sportstyle 224 colorvision is extremely versatile. The half frame design is perfect for cycling, running, or walking in the mountains. Adjustable nose pads and an optional clip-on optical insert make it very adaptable. litemirror mirror lenses reliably protect against infrared rays and reduce distracting glare. uvex colorvision lenses provide new levels of color brilliance and contrast, two factors crucial for responsiveness, performance and safety, especially in sports. uvex colorvision lenses focus incident light on the lens, so perception is optimized. With colorvision you get more contrast, more details, more vision!
Filter category: Colorvision S2
Lense tint (color): litemirror Outdoor
Light condition: Bright
100% UV PROTECTION – UV-absorbing filters built directly into the raw material protect the retina 100 % from damaging UV rays up to 400 nm. All lenses give 100 % UVA, UVB and UVC protection. It is also the basis of our company name. uv-ex = ultraviolet excluded.
COLORVISION outdoor best option for mountain biking. Higher brown-green contrast improves depth awareness in terrain, e.g. increases contrast between the trail and green landscape by up to 45 %. Potentially dangerous potholes, rocks or uneven surfaces are more visible: higher contrast, more detail.
Optional optical insert (not included)
ADJUSTABLE SOFT NOSE PADS / SOFT EARPIECES – eyewear fits perfectly when you can’t feel you’re wearing it. It ensure pressure-free comfort.
SAFETY TESTED – UVEX eyewear undergoes special tests in their UVEX testing center. They can fully guarantee quality-tested safety and function. Testing generates new insights and data which help them develop the next generation of innovative technologies.
BREAK RESISTANT- UVEX eyewear is tested in accordance with standard EN ISO 12312-1:2013. This includes a demanding impact test: a 6 mm steel ball, weighing 0.86 g is fired at the lens at a speed of 45 m/s (162 km/h). Mechanical strength is assured and your eyes are safe.
ROBUST – Lenses are made from durable polycarbonate, which maintains its mechanical strength down to temperatures as low as minus 40 °C.