Enigma
Starting At: $64.99

SELECT FRAME COLOR: Onyx

SELECT A LENS TINT: Amber

SELECT LENS POWER: GUNNAR-Focus

Enigma

Inexplicably subtle – silently bold. The Enigma is designed to be the upper echelon of eyewear. Created with tech even the most seasoned agent would find impressive, Enigma vision gaming and computer glasses feature multi-barrel hinges anchored into injected temples. It’s balanced, has a wide field of view, and with its modern styling, deep cover will never be compromised.

KEY FEATURES

  • Wide format lenses create an unobstructed panoramic, high-resolution field of view
  • Rigid lens mounting area prevents optics from degrading through lens flexing
  • 3-barrel hinge design and high tensile steel construction create incredible durability
  • Curved nose rests provide even weight distribution and eliminate pressure points
  • Engineering grade frame polymers provide dimensional stability and long-term durability
  • Proprietary patented GUNNAR lens material and tint
  • Blocks harmful blue light and 100% UV light
  • Anti-reflective lens coatings on front and back of lens
  • Silicone hard coated lens to prevent scratching
  • Asian Fit Compatible
  • Prescription Range: -5 to +5

SPECS: lens width: 58 mm | nose: 18 mm | frame width: 133 mm | temple: 135 mm | weight: 33 grams (without packaging)

INCLUDED WITH PURCHASE

  • Microfiber Pouch
  • Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • 12-month Warranty

 

SKU: ENI-00101

What is GUNNAR Blue Light Filter™ (GBLF)?

Just how Sun Protection Factor (SPF) measures protection for the skin, the GBLF scale measures lens protection for the eye against artificial blue light. The higher the number, the better.

GUNNAR's 100% UV Protection coating also shields the eyes from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays.

Clear

GBLF 35

For discreet protection without the amber tint

Amber

GBLF 65

For optimal protection and performance

Sun

GBLF 90

For protection from digital screens in sunlit environments

Amber Max

GBLF 98

Max protection and improved sleep for nighttime screen use