NRC X1 Everest Photocromatic Glasses

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NRC X1 Everest Photocromatic Glasses

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- Use: Road
- NXT Sportchromic Photocromatic
Frame material: Graphene
- Removable front sweatband
- Removable side rubbers for less weight and more ventilation
- Fully adjustable nose piece
- Delivered with soft case
- 100% Made in Italy
- Lifetime warranty

It is the same material used in the aerospace industry thanks to its performances: the perfect union between quality and adaptability.
The Sportchromic 2.0 fast darkening lenses are now available. They grant a faster change from light to dark than ever, thanks to the composition of the material.
The photochromic molecules are directly embedded in the polymer mass, this structure combined with the production technology grants a perfect control and colour modification according to each environment.
NXT lenses: 10% lighter than polycarbonate, higher chemical resistance, BPA free, better protection against UV rays with less aberration and better focusing.

Everest Named Everest as the highest peak in the world: the extreme becomes reachable. For such an evocative name, we had only one solution: experiment new production techniques and select new compounds.
The graphene, called the material of wonders, was discovered by chance in 2004. A definition it deserves for its exceptional chemical and physical properties. It is the most resistant material ever tested (over a hundred times
better than steel), but yet flexible and light. All these factors led to the EVEREST versions made in GRAFRAME®.
Graframe improves the performances, beyond all limits, thanks to the addition of nanostructures based on graphene into the polymer matrix.

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