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Original price was: 55,00€.Current price is: 44,00€.

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These sunglasses are a homage to the empty roads and vast lands of the outback in “the land Down Under”. A frontal view shows the Blue Ensign and six stars representing the six states of Australia, all taken from the country’s national flag. The golden lenses refer to one of the colors of the golden wattle, Australia’s national flower. Add to that the kangaroo pattern repeated on the inside of the sunglasses, and you’ll be bursting with Australian pride.

Lens Width – 51 mm
Lens Height – 46 mm
Bridge Width – 21 mm
Temple Arm Length – 138 mm

UE Standar – 1EN 1836:2005
UE Standar – 2EN 12311-1:2013
UE Standar – 3EN 12312-1:2013
US Standar – ANSI Z80.3-2001
AU Standar – AS / NZ 1067:2003

Frame Material – Policarbonate
Finish Material – Soft Rubber Touch
Lenses Polarized – UV400
Hinge – Metallic

It Includes Custom Box, Cover, Suede and Stickers
Designed & Assembled Barcelona

THESE SUNGLASSES ARE A HOMAGE TO THE EMPTY ROADS AND VAST LANDS OF THE OUTBACK IN “THE LAND DOWN UNDER”

STYLE

A hybrid of the national colors of Australia and the national flag. Add a sporty touch to your outfit. Moreover, show that you are a true lover of MotoGP by adding this pair of sunglasses to your collection.

DESIGN

This model is made of resistant polycarbonate and finished off with a Soft Rubber Touch for the highest wearing comfort, designed to keep you close to the world of MotoGP.

DESIGN

This model is made of resistant polycarbonate and finished off with a Soft Rubber Touch for the highest wearing comfort, designed to keep you close to the world of MotoGP.

AUSTRALIAN GP

Phillip Island has a long standing history with racing. Back in 1928, the first Australian GP took place here. This event became a yearly recurring spectacle until Phillip Island started hosting the race on a rectangular public road circuit. It eventually took another 21 years before Phillip Island Race Circuit was built in 1956. It is now home to some of the most important motorsport events of the world, such as the MotoGP and the Superbike World Championship.
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These sunglasses are a homage to the empty roads and vast lands of the outback in “the land Down Under”. A frontal view shows the Blue Ensign and six stars representing the six states of Australia, all taken from the country’s national flag. The golden lenses refer to one of the colors of the golden wattle, Australia’s national flower. Add to that the kangaroo pattern repeated on the inside of the sunglasses, and you’ll be bursting with Australian pride.

Lens Width – 51 mm
Lens Height – 46 mm
Bridge Width – 21 mm
Temple Arm Length – 138 mm

UE Standar – 1EN 1836:2005
UE Standar – 2EN 12311-1:2013
UE Standar – 3EN 12312-1:2013
US Standar – ANSI Z80.3-2001
AU Standar – AS / NZ 1067:2003

Frame Material – Policarbonate
Finish Material – Soft Rubber Touch
Lenses Polarized – UV400
Hinge – Metallic

It Includes Custom Box, Cover, Suede and Stickers
Designed & Assembled Barcelona

THESE SUNGLASSES ARE A HOMAGE TO THE EMPTY ROADS AND VAST LANDS OF THE OUTBACK IN “THE LAND DOWN UNDER”

STYLE

A hybrid of the national colors of Australia and the national flag. Add a sporty touch to your outfit. Moreover, show that you are a true lover of MotoGP by adding this pair of sunglasses to your collection.

DESIGN

This model is made of resistant polycarbonate and finished off with a Soft Rubber Touch for the highest wearing comfort, designed to keep you close to the world of MotoGP.

DESIGN

This model is made of resistant polycarbonate and finished off with a Soft Rubber Touch for the highest wearing comfort, designed to keep you close to the world of MotoGP.

AUSTRALIAN GP

Phillip Island has a long standing history with racing. Back in 1928, the first Australian GP took place here. This event became a yearly recurring spectacle until Phillip Island started hosting the race on a rectangular public road circuit. It eventually took another 21 years before Phillip Island Race Circuit was built in 1956. It is now home to some of the most important motorsport events of the world, such as the MotoGP and the Superbike World Championship.

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