Dirty Dog Brix

 

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Black Frame / Grey Polarised Lens

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Half Framed Sporting Sunglass

The Brix is one of Dirty Dog's most popular glasses.

With 3 comfortable points of contact, with rubberised arms, the Brix fits securely on the head while running, cycling or participating in other adventurous activities.

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What DIRTY DOG say about their POLYCARBONATE and POLARIZED POLYFILTER LENSES

Dirty Dog’s are equipped with the latest lens technology in POLARIZED POLYFILTER and POLYCARBONATE lenses.

POLYCARBONATE is the most impact resistant optical material available, guaranteeing the wearer protection from physical objects as well as visual comfort.

Scientifically formulated to offer exceptional defence against the suns harmful rays, our POLARIZED POLYFILTER and POLYCARBONATE lenses absorb radiation that can be damaging to the human eye. These lenses provide clear and restful vision in the most extreme environmental conditions.

Dirty Dog sunglasses Polarized lenses also block reflected horizontal glare making them the perfect choice for any high glare situations like fishing, boating, skiing, driving or any situation where you need extra protection from reflected glare.

Dirty Dog sunglass lenses consist of layer upon layer of advanced technology bonded together to maximise UV protection and enhance the clarity of your vision for safe and durable wearing.

The lenses contain 4 UV filters for optimum UV blockage.

All Dirty Dog lenses are treated with two specially developed hard coatings to make the lenses extremely scratch resistant and prevent the deterioration of lens clarity.

What Dirty Dog say about the frame: PLASTIC TR90

Moulded from Grilamide TR90, a thermoplastic polyamide. Dirty Dog TR90 sunglass frames are lightweight, extremely flexible yet super strong with 100% memory allowing the frames to bounce back to their original shape.


  • 100% UVC / 100% UVB / >99% UVA block
  • 87% glare (visible light) block
  • For Polarised Lens - Embedded polarizing filter – won’t delaminate
  • Distortion free for maximum clarity
  • Exceeds world-wide standards

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