Zoinx Sunglasses

posted on November 21, 2014
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Tired of losing your sunglasses? Zoinx takes an unconventional approach to solving the problem; the eyewear features clips (i.e. Clip-O-Matic) integral into the flexible, hypoallergenic TR90 thermoplastic polyamide temples. As such, the glasses can be secured to a bag or a belt, or the clips can serve as attachment points for the included elastic sport strap with zippered pocket.

undefinedThe pocket is of sufficient size for carrying multiple keys, money, an emergency contact information card (included), or the provided strip of foam, which enables it to float. The band (with integral pocket) can also be worn on the wrist, if so desired. As for styles, Zoinx offers two variants: aviator and wrap. Whereas aviator versions have a classic appearance, wraps are better suited for active lifestyles. Both have an aluminum frame with brushed finish, TAC polarized lenses, and are available in a host of colors.

Shipped in a black and orange nylon case, Zoinx sunglasses retail for $119 and come with a one-year warranty against manufacturer's defects.

 

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