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Jaguar Eyeglasses - Designer Eyewear

Updated on March 10, 2013

Jaguar Eyeglasses

Jaguar eyeglasses can be described in their elegance, inventiveness and the dynamics of their detail. The designer eyewear from the luxury car manufacturer comes with the elite lifestyle promise packed in self-assured commitment and the British pursuit for perfection. The eyewear is designed to protect the eyes from the harmful UV rays, and they are made to ensure minimal glare. The polycarbonate and CR-39 lenses conform to the American ANSI Z80.3-1986 and European EN 1836 standard.

Jaguar eyeglasses also conform to CE 89/686 EWG regulations ensuring that all the technical and medical conditions are met so as to remain free of any visual acuteness and color contrasts. The eyeglasses are designed keeping in mind the recognition of traffic signal colors while driving.

50th Year Special Edition

The style and elegance that turned the Jaguar E-type into an icon have now been portrayed in the latest Jaguar Special Edition Sunglasses. Launched in 1961, Jaguar is celebrating the successful line’s 50th year Anniversary. For this, the company has pulled in the Menrad Group of Germany, recognized for being the leading creators of esteemed eyewear, to design the Special Edition Vintage Jaguar eyeglasses. The eyewear range is released with an E-Type 50 Year logo on its temple. The model is available in two colors – the green polycarbonate lens featuring tortoise and the grey polarized polycarbonate lens featuring black.

Another model in the range of Jaguar eyeglasses is the sleek metal framed Jaguar 37525. The lightweight frame is provided with flexible nose pads that allow befitting fixture on different shapes of faces. The lenses feature polarized characteristic for visual and glare-free clarity, and complete protection from UV rays. These Jaguar eyeglasses come with round lenses and a frame comprising of half-brow bar, embellished with the brand’s logo on the lens and the arm that have a royal ‘grated’ effect.

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