Alpina S-Way L CM+ Glasses black matt (2019) Equipment Sports Glasses
Bigger and better. These are the Alpina S-Way L CM+ sports glasses. In the Large version, you get an even larger spherical panoramic lens with even more protection and a maximum field of vision. In the CM+ version, Alpina also offers high-performance technologies and a strong price/performance ratio. The mirrored lens reflects infrared rays and thus prevents strain on the eyes. At the same time, 100% UV protection is guaranteed at all times. A fogstop coating on the inside ensures that the lens does not fog up. The surface is roughened on a microscopic level. This prevents moisture from combining and the pane from fogging up. In addition, water and dirt roll off more easily thanks to the hydrophobic coating on the outside. With the inclinable and deformable temples, the glasses can be individually adapted to the shape of the face. The glasses offer 100% UV protection. Best vision. Best protection. At any time. This is what the Alpina S-Way L CM+ offers.
Ceramic Mirror Fogstop Ceramic is the basic material of the disc. It is unbreakable and therefore offers excellent protection for the eye.
Mirror is a disc on which several mirror layers are applied. They protect against extreme glare and infrared light. Mirror is not only the property of a highly functional pane, but also a style element.
Fogstop is a coating on the inside of the lenses. The coating is not smooth, but rough - even "fissured" on a microscopic level. As a result, the droplets have no possibility of forming a closed layer, i.e. fogging up and thus obscuring the view. This would only happen if the moisture managed to fill the fissures with water. Before this happens, however, the deposited moisture has long since condensed and visibility remains clear.
Optimized Airflow Heavily curved lenses optimally enclose the face. They protect the eyes from draughts and cold and improve vision. The indirect air flow also prevents fogging of the lenses.
Decentered Lenses Clear, distortion-free vision through decentered windows.