Dita Rikton Type 402 DTS 117 01 Photochromic
All our Prescription Sunglass Lenses offer full protection against the harmful effects of UV light. However you may find that a darker tint provides you more comfort in more intense conditions and therefore may wish to choose dark brown, grey or green options which block more light in general.
If you particularly wish to may the lens shown in product image please contact us for further direction.
Polarised sunglasses block glare from light reflecting off flat surfaces better than any other type of sunglass lenses, making them very popular among people who spend a lot of time outdoors, on the road and particularly near water. But sunglasses aren’t just for people who love boating, fishing or going to the beach. Anyone who is bothered by glare outdoors can benefit from these advanced sunglass lenses. Polarized sunglasses can be helpful for driving, too, because they reduce direct reflective glare from the hoods of vehicles and light coloured pavements. Sunlight scatters in all directions, but when it strikes flat surfaces, the light that is reflected by the surfaces tends to become polarised — meaning the reflected light beams travel in a more uniform (usually horizontal) direction. This creates an annoying and sometimes dangerous intensity of light that causes glare and reduces visibility. Polarised lenses have a special filter that blocks this type of intense reflected light, reducing glare and discomfort.
In general polarised lenses provide you with a much more relaxing and enhanced quality of vision.
Gradient Sunglass lenses are dark in the top third with a gradual change in tint lightening towards the bottom. They were originally designed for pilots who require a full tint against the very bright above cloud sunlight however a lighter tint to read their instruments and dials. Drivers also appreciate the way in which gradient lenses allow them to read their dashboard. Those reading in sunlight may also use gradient lenses as the entire lens is fully protective against UV light.
Anti Glare Back Surface
Anti Glare / Anti Reflection coatings on your sunglass lenses stops bright sunlight from bouncing off the back surface of your lenses and into your eyes. This distracting glare can cause a reduction in the quality of vision and comfort provided by your sunglasses. Premium sunglass brands now included this option on standard on their top of the range non-prescription lenses. Therefore it is now becoming more common for sunglass wearers to request the same technology in prescription form.The decision to add this option to your prescription sunglasses is the ultimate finishing touch and provides you with the ultimate lens package.
*Cases may occasionally differ.
|Model Name:||Rikton-Type 402|
|Frame Colour:||White Gold with Black Iron and Black Palladium|
|Frame Type:||Full Rim|
|Lens Colour:||Amber Photochromic|
DITA Rikton-Type 402 DTS117 01
This square Dita sunglass comes in a white gold with black iron and black palladium frame with amber photochromic lenses.
Each dita frame is expertly crafted with as many as 320 separate production stages and taking upto 8 months to complete. Using the highest quality materials with innovative and artisan techniques results in every single frame being realised as a beautifully designed and truly luxurious piece.
Photochromic sunglass lenses provide all day protection by reacting to UV light becoming lighter or darker to adapt to all conditions.
Your brand new Dita sunglasses will come including all official accessories and will be covered by a 24 month global warranty.