Barz Sunglasses Floater with Acetate Polarized Lenses
Gone are the days of losing your sunglasses to the bottom of the ocean or lake! The Floater floats like no other, even in the most turbulent water. Floater sunglasses have been put to the test in the surf and haven't disappointed.
Floaters have a density of .905 grams per ml, whereas freshwater has a density of 1.00 and saltwater between 1.03 and 1.05, so these glasses will always float! Most glasses that are marketed as floating glasses may do so in very still water, but once they break surface tension, down they go.
All frames feature non-slip temples and nosepiece. The nosepiece is padded to reduce injury to the wearer in the event of a frontal impact.
Floaters feature a durable TR90 frame that is available in three unique colors:
- Matte Black with gray temples and nosepiece
- Gloss Carbon Fiber with gray temples and nosepiece
- Matte Tortoise Shell with tan temples and nosepiece
Polarized lenses are standard on Floater sunglasses to block glare, improve contrast and maximize visual acuity, making your eyes more comfortable.
Optional photochromic polarized lenses change when exposed to varying levels of UV light, lightening to Cat 2 in low light and darkening to Cat 3 in full sun.
Use this page to order product numbers:
- Black Frames with Polarized Lenses-- 52-4741-121 Gray, 52-4741-125 Brown
- Black Frames with Polarized/Photochromic Lenses-- 52-4741-141 Photochromic Gray
- Tortoise Frames-- 52-4742-121 with Gray Lenses, 52-4742-125 Brown
- Carbon Frames with Polarized Lenses-- 52-4743-121 Gray, 52-4743-125 Brown
- Carbon Frames with Polarized/Photochromic Lenses-- 52-4743-141 Photochromic Gray
"They've been surfing, stand up paddling, ran in a marathon, ran in an ultra-marathon, hours of trail running, and trail racing, and well... they're awesome. The carbon Floater pair is unbelievably comfortable. Even after hours and hours, no nose bridge pain, no temple pain, no chafing or discomfort."
Read the review at RidingBumps.com.