Product DescriptionThe new generation single lens model, the Seek, improves on the classic styling of its predecessor the Scatto. It incorporates sleek style and sport function for ultra lightweight performance in any condition. The Seek has an adjustable temple and nose pad design for a custom fit. Temple and nose pads are made of hydrophilic rubber for improved grip through sweat. A sporty rimless design provides lightweight comfort and increased field of vision. The frame fits small to medium faces and is molded from Grilamid TR-90, a flexible and virtually indestructible material characterized by an extremely high alternative bending strength, low density and high resistance to chemical and UV damage.
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