The Tenaya lenses have extra retention stability through the use of powerful paired magnets, a deep frame channel and a curved-down endpiece that backstops the lens’s outer corners. The temples turn down and bend in behind the ear, to fit securely and comfortably, while distributing pressure across the entire length of the temple. The bridge is short to enable maximum airflow. And while Avalanche is all about compound curves and mass, and Headwall is about being lightweight,Tenaya's good looks stem from sleek lines and aerodynamic curves.
Available in Dark Tortoise, Translucent Red, and Shiny Black
Switch uses high-energy magnets embedded in the lens
and frame to enable users to swap lenses quickly and
easily as light conditions and activities change.
Switch lenses will literally jump into place when brought
close to the frame, but will stay put once the lenses have
snapped into position. Switch magnetic interchange
lenses have been engineered to stay in the frame
when dropped from a height of six feet or subjected
to the intense, repeated jarring of skiing, snowboarding,
running or mountain biking.