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Resolution polarised sunglasses

resolution polarised sunglasses


  • - resolution polarised sunglasses

Polarised floating sunglasses with a wraparound frame for protection from the sun and reduced glare when out on the water or in the mountains, with category 3 UV protective lenses

SALE: £15.99 Was: £19.99

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  • Customer Reviews

Cutting the first line across the still dawn waters of Bodensee with the bow of your kayak, slicing through untouched snow on the slopes of Postalm. Little is quite so enticing as being the first to make your mark. 

With polarised lenses that minimise glare, Resolution sunglasses keep your eyes protected and your vision clear in snowy or watery environments where the light can dazzle you. They also float, so you don’t have to worry about losing them in the depths of a lake, the sea, or a big puddle. Category 3 UV protective lenses makes them ideal for anywhere from the vast waters of Loch Lomond to the great Himalayan and Alpine mountain ranges. 

Resolution sunglasses have a wraparound frame that fits snugly to your face, maximising your field of vision all the while giving you all-angle protection from the sun’s rays. The flexible nose gripper gives a comfortable and secure fit, whilst the optional strap (included) makes sure they don’t disappear off when you roll your kayak. 

Watersports and snowsports can demanding on your kit, so we’ve made Resolution from TR90 - an incredibly hardwearing, flexible, and featherlight thermoplastic - for the ultimate comfort and durability. The polarised polycarbonate lenses have a protective hard coating to help prevent scratches and are ‘drop-ball’ impact-tested for good measure. 

Key features
  • Polarised sunglasses ideal for water and snow sports
  • Polarised lenses minimise glare
  • Floating frame ensures they don’t sink down to the depths of a lake or sea
  • Nose grip and behind-the-head strap ensure they don’t fall off
  • Wraparound curved frame for a snug fit and maximum field of vision
  • Category 3 UV lenses protect from both visible and UV light, suitable for open mountain ranges
  • Made to last, impact tested lenses (drop ball test) with a hard coating to resist scratches
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond
Vital stats

Frame: TR90 (thermoplastic), floatable
Lens: Polycarbonate with scratch resistant coating, category 3 UV protection
Polarised lenses


Eye size: 55 mm
Bridge: 15 mm
Temple size: 140 mm
Frame width: 145 mm
Weight: 20 g

What You Say: Customer Reviews and Comments

2 Reviews


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Great quality and value

Waited a while for availability after initially trying on in store on a short break, but decided to go back to buy before going home. Then found they sold out. Waiting for new stock was worth it.
Great light weight glasses that fit well and feel comfortable, covering peripheral vision.

Strap can be easily removed for casual wear but when attached dont cause pinching or feel too loose (simple slide adjuster does not give or loosen when wearing or wet).
Just right in sun and even good clarity when cloudy
Not lost in water or dropped so cant say mych about ability to float. But they are so light i am sure they would.
Very pleased all around with all my alpkit stuff. These glasses

Surprisingly good!

Needed a pair of sunglasses that float when kayak coaching and bell boat helming. I also needed them for hiking and general use.

These are surprisingly good at an incredible price. Looks good, the fit is snug and feels comfortable. The strap is removable too which clips onto the frame but I'll keep it on for a secure fit.

Looking forward to using these on the water when the sun it up.

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