Next Horizon Eyewear sunglasses were created by the company's founder Andrew Cochran. As an architectural student living in the shadow of the magnificent Sierra Nevada mountains, his passion for design was instilled with a love of the natural forms and elements found there, and this became the inspiration for the Next Horizon Eyewear sunglasses that he now brings to the world. I was sent Mesa with a black frame it includes grey, rose, and clear tint lenses that are interchangeable. A zipper carrying case that includes belt loops and a clip on the outside along with lens storage pockets inside, a lens cleaning cloth and instructions on how to change the lens.
The lenses are made of light, strong polycarbonate (PC) that is highly resistant to impacts and provides excellent clarity. They have a 9 base curve that wraps them around the wearer's face for an unobstructed view. To make these curved lenses distortion-free, they are decentered, which places the optical center directly in front of the wearer’s eyes. All of our lenses supply 100% protection against both UVA and UVB rays. Each lens has an anti-scratch coating for durability and an anti-reflection coating on the inner surface to eliminate glare off the lenses when the sun is behind you.
My Opinion: I had my friend use these on an early spring walking and a short hike and he was amazed at the clarity and all that could be seen wearing these sunglasses. He was excited to tell me
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