Spy Optic Monolith Matte Black - Happy Gray Green Polar with Black Spectra Mirror
Built by an other-worldly force whose mission is to push humankind to spread positivity through revolutionary design Monolith has been unearthed from deep within Area 94 with one purpose only-to unleash a tsunami of style and tech that will sweep the planet and bring a smile to all who dare to put it on. Wear at your own risk.
- SPY+'s revolutionary therapeutic Happy lens tech is scientifically tuned to boost mood and alertness while enhancing color and contrast, providing a truly life-changing visual experience
- ARC (Accurate Radius Curvature) polycarbonate lenses are tapered to follow the natural curvature of the eye, providing crystal-clear distortion-free vision while reducing eyestrain
- Available with polarization, which blocks over 99% of surface glare and is layered and sealed within SPY+'s lenses to prevent scratching, delaminating, and hazing of your polarized filter
- Scoop ventilation system increases air flow and decreases fog-causing sweat and moisture
- Constructed from Grilamid, a lightweight frame material ideal for everyday wear due to its strength and flexibility
- Comfortable rubber nose pads provide a secure fit no matter how hard you sweat
- Third-eye SPY+ cross lens detail
- Snap pin hinges provide a secure, comfortable fit
- 100% UV protection reduces eye fatigue and long-term sun damage
- Frame measures: 138-00-147mm
SPY is an unconventional, fun-loving family of athletes and artists committed to creating exceptional optical products. Established in 1994, we are an independent Southern California-based company. We design products-sunglasses, goggles, and prescription frames-that take style cues from the outdoor sports community we're engrained in, as well as the lifestyle that surrounds it. Our exclusive Happy Lens technology is the only lens on the market which harnesses the beneficial aspects of long-wave blue light, while offering protection from short-wave blue light known to damage the eyes. The Happy Lens name comes from independent studies which have shown that long-wave blue light can positively affect a person's mood and alertness.