It protects and protects and protects - the Twist is one of the best-selling sports glasses on the market. And not without reason: since its introduction, it has set standards in terms of wearing comfort, adaptation and design. The first model was called Twist Zero in 2005. The sports glasses are now in their fifth generation - and continue to write their own success story with the Twist Five HR S CM+. The Twist Five HR S CM+ half-frame version has an enormous range of applications due to its frame type. Their mirrored lenses reflect infrared rays and thus reduce strain on the eyes. Meanwhile, 100% UV protection is guaranteed at all times. An anti-fog coating on the inside ensures that the lenses do not mist up. The surface is roughened to a microscopic level. This prevents moisture from adhering and the lenses from misting up. In addition, water and dirt roll off more easily thanks to the hydrophobic coating on the outside. The side arms can be set at different angles so the glasses can be individually adjusted to the shape of the face. The small version fits perfectly on narrow faces. The Twist Five HR S CM+ combines style with high-quality technology - for the best protection during sports.
100% UV protection
The anti-fog coating on the inside of the lens ensures a fog-free view
Clear vision thanks to water-repellent, stain-resistant nanostructure on the lens
The reflective surface reflects infrared rays
The ceramic material lenses are break-proof and offer 100% protection
Clear, undistorted vision thanks to decentred lenses
Improved vision and protection from draughts thanks to strongly domed lenses and a targeted airflow management that prevents lenses from fogging up
Visible Light Transmission (VLT)
This is the measure of how much light your sunglass lens lets through to your eye and can be expressed as a percentage, therefore a VLT of 1% means very dark glasses indeed, and a VLT of 100% means all the light is getting through and the lens is therefore a 'clear lens'.
Rather than quote a percentage for each lens they are categorised as follows: