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Spy Optic Sunglasses - Tuner News

Wow, these sunglasses are rad.

Aug 24, 2011

Sunglasses
Spy Optic • MSRP: from $99.95
Info: spyoptic.com
Spy Optic, a leading manufacture of sunglasses for action sport and motorsport enthusiasts, has teamed up with Ken Block (co-founder of DC Shoes, Gymkhana video star and WRC driver) on a range of limited-edition sunglasses. The existing Spy Optic Cooper XL, Logan, Murena, Kubrik and Kash frames have been redesigned with cool laser-etched graphics, similar to those found on Ken’s #43 Monster World Rally Team racecar. With lightweight frames, sweet graphics and great lenses, this is a great deal.

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Wow, these sunglasses are rad. I used a pair of the Murena with clear frames and grey/blue spectra lenses over the weekend. The frames are light, comfortable and the hinge quality is great. The lenses really enhanced the colors while also controlling the harshness of bright sunlight, keeping my eyes relaxed and comfortable poolside at a friend’s BBQ. We love the Monster-style graphics and got plenty of compliments on the new shades. - Neill

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Thanks to Spy Optic, we’re be giving away pairs of these limited-edition sunglasses on our Facebook and Twitter pages. To participate, like us at facebook.com/eurotunermag and follow us at twitter.com/eurotunermag

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