Your Next Adventure Awaits
Giving “gear up” a whole new meaning, a pair of Bolt & Arrow 81's sunglasses blends: UV protection with low-profile looks, versatility and durability, and optical clarity with superior impact resistance. So, for your next adventure, gear up with the intersection of innovation and excellence—with Bolt & Arrow.
- Polarized Polycarbonate Carl Zeiss Lenses
- Premium Anti-Reflective
FRAME - Grilamid TR-90 Frame
Nylon-polymer injected frames with a battle-tested blend, able to withstand the most extreme adventures thrown at it. Tough, crack-resistant, lightweight as well as hypo-allergenic refuting in one of the most durable frames on the market.
POLARIZED LENS TECHNOLOGY - Polarized Polycarbonate (PC) Carl Zeiss lenses
Glare caused by concentrated light reflecting off of various surfaces like snow, ice, and water. Reducing your ability to see clearly. Our Optics filter out glare and transmit only the light you need, allowing the visual acuity needed in any situation.
The anti-reflective coating provides a sharper vision which prevents sunlight and glare from reflecting into your eyes from the back surface of the lens when the sun is behind you.
This increases the lenses resistance to fog up in moist environments or with heavy physical effort, supporting your vision and increasing your performance.
TRIPEL / RIPEL
This is a lens treatment makes water and perspiration roll off the surface, rather than creating a film. The lens stays clean and free of the distortion that would otherwise be caused by the water. The lenses will also withstand fingerprints and stains, which make them stay clean much longer than ordinary lenses
Why Bolt an Arrow?
We believe that in this business, Having pride means everything.
There are significant differences between a tight knit, small business and a big name, Mass producer. We are proud of our uniqueness.
And we show that pride through how we conduct daily business. It’s in the way we carry Ourselves, Manufacture, and Produce. It’s in the craftmanship. It’s in our products. It’s in having pride in what we put out in the world, who we are, and what we represent.
Frame width is the horizontal diameter of the full frame width, and it’s the primary way we determine fit. (Note: You will not find this number on your glasses.)
other technical measurements
Lens width54mmThe horizontal diameter of one lens
Bridge20mmThe horizontal diameter of one lens
Lens Height49mmThe vertical height of one lens