Gear Up: Unfold the possibilities with the Fold by Spy Optic

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Action sports are always on a quest to discover the next progressive product to help facilitate athletes when they perform, party and travel. Spy Optic simply dominates the competition as they not only improved their lens technology (Happy Lens), but provided the first multi-hinged sunglasses within the action sports market. With insight from pro surfer John John Florence and the crew at Spy Optic, they released the ground-breaking Fold.

The Fold is formed together by multiple hinges and while that may leave you in doubt to whether these sunglasses can handle some abuse, this is one tough bastard. The frame is custom built of Grilamid providing flexibility without reducing strength while robust five-barrel and pin hinges keep the sunglasses collapsing smoothly. Not that we suggest throwing these off the cliff to see if they survive, but be sure to bring the Fold along on your next wild ride. When the sun subsides behind the horizon, stow the Fold into its custom case that may double as a wallet and can sit snug in any shirt pocket. Ahh love is in the air now.

The Fold by Spy Optic is available in three color ways, seek the possibilities at any Spy Optic dealer near you.

Price: $179.95

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