Small version with excellent fit, wrap-around thanks to cylindrical RW mirrored lens with orange replacement lens
The light that filters into the human eye is divided into the visible spectrum, in the wavelengths between 380 and 780 nm, and the non-visible spectrum, which includes light in the ultraviolet range (UV light) and the infrared range (IR light). The blue component of light between 380 and 500 nm is also known as high-energy visible light (HEV). Lenses with a blue light filter give the wearer a "feeling" due to the effect of the chemical components and oxides used in dyes and colour coatings. This treatment stimulates the receptor cells in the retina, creating a sensation in the brain for each specific lens colour. Colours are seen as 'pop' and are suitable for all kinds of activities, both sporting and non-sporting. In particular, the colours red, green and yellow are able to filter
through the treated lens, creating greater contrast, better separation of visible colours and a greater sense of depth. The result is faster reactions and better performance for the wearer.
Hydro treated lenses undergo a special process that makes their surface smoother than a normal lens, so dirt and water slide off quickly and the lens stays clean. Hydro-treated lenses are perfect for outdoor sports: water, dust and dirt stains are no longer a problem. In addition to the obvious practical benefit, these new lenses guarantee better and always sharp vision.
RW Rainbow lens
The Rainbow anti-scratch polycarbonate lens is given a "multi-layer" tint on the front that aims to reduce reflections from dazzling surfaces (water, snow and ice) and at the same time increase the filtering power of the lens. UV400 protection guarantees maximum coverage from ultraviolet rays.
The anti-reflection treatment is carried out on the inside of the lens to eliminate glare caused by light reflecting off the lens.
lens itself. The result is an increase in contrast and improved image perception.