There are demands. Standards. And there is UVEX. We don't just comply with high demands, expectations and standards, WE EXCEED THEM
High quality sun protection for the youngest: uvex sportstyle 510 reliably protects children from UV rays. The frame, made entirely from flexible material, clings gently to the head, and wont be damaged if this eyewear sometimes lands on the ground. Good sun protection for the eyes is important even for youngsters. Nobody wants to be dazzled when they take their first steps in mom or dads sporting footsteps. With uvex sportstyle 510, kids are best equipped for their first outdoor experiences. The completely flexible frame doesnt apply any pressure on the head, even with a helmet or cap, and is virtually unbreakable. The included eyewear strap helps prevent it from falling off or being thrown off.
500 junior/kids series
Protection: 100% UVA, UVB, UVC
With eyewear strap
Filter category: S3
Lense tint (color): smoke
Light condition: Bright
100% UV protection - UV-absorbing filters built directly into the raw material protect the retina 100 % from damaging UV rays up to 400 nm. All lenses give 100 % UVA, UVB and UVC protection. It is also the basis of our company name. uv-ex = ultraviolet excluded.
Litemirror - lenses offer extra protection from infrared rays.
Soft Earpieces - eyewear fits perfectly when you can't feel you're wearing it. Soft nose pads and soft ear pieces ensure pressure-free comfort.
Safety Tested - UVEX eyewear undergoes special tests in their UVEX testing center. They can fully guarantee quality-tested safety and function. Testing generates new insights and data which help them develop the next generation of innovative technologies.
Break Resistant - UVEX eyewear is tested in accordance with standard EN ISO 12312-1:2013. This includes a demanding impact test: a 6 mm steel ball, weighing 0.86 g is fired at the lens at a speed of 45 m/s (162 km/h). Mechanical strength is assured and your eyes are safe.
Robust and scratch-proof - Lenses are made from durable polycarbonate, which maintains its mechanical strength down to temperatures as low as minus 40 °C.