Review: Bollé Flyair Golf Sunglasses
Bollé Flyair sunglasses also have what they call Thermogrip® temple tips and nose pads. These keep the sunglasses in place without feeling sticky. They aren’t too gooey feeling which is nice as you sweat. Another no-brainer feature that all sunglasses should have is an adjustable nose piece. Everyone’s nose is shaped a little different and being able to dial in how they sit on your nose makes all the difference in the world for both comfort and performance.
The real secret to the Bollé Flyair sunglasses are the Modular V3 Golf Lenses. They are a rose tint that helps the whites really pop and the green contours come to life. It almost neutralizes the blues and reds and other tones so that you can focus on the ball and the ground, especially during putting. But I also found them nice for tracking the ball in the sky as the white contrasted the sky more vibrantly than without the sunglasses on. What is more than just the tint, it is the clarity and adaptability of the lenses. They are made with Trivex® , which Bollé claims is a more advanced material far superior to polycarbonate (the material used for most sport sunglass lenses) in terms of optical clarity, weight, and strength. They are also made with Modulator photochromic technology allows the lenses to adapt quickly to changing conditions , ensuring the proper tint in any environment, from direct sunlight to shaded areas. What that mean for you while playing is that if your round starts off with different light than when it ends, your sunglasses will adapt. Don’t misunderstand, these are not Transition lenses that go from clear to dark when you go from inside to outside, but depending on the force of the sunlight they will change some. It is not extreme changes so you might not even notice when you where them because it will feel very natural.
Bollé nailed it with the Flyair Sunglass with Modulator V3 Golf lenses. They offer excellent comfort because they are lightweight, flexible and grip nicely on the ears (temple) and nose. The lens technology is legit clarity, adaptability and tint. They offer a good mirror on the outside that looks nice and resists fingerprint smudges and scratches. I guess they have anti-fogging properties too, but I haven’t been able to try those out. Not all sunglasses are the same, these have many superior feature that make them my daily lenses as well as my golfing glasses.
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+Flexible and durable
+Ideal for golf in AZ