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Electric Bpm Sunglasses

Electric Bpm Sunglasses
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Description: Electric Bpm Sunglasses

Seeing as you are up for another parole hearing we suggest you just might want to leave these loc''s in the cell for the time being; there is no need to escalate the situation. However, when your release date is determined it is clinically proven the BPM''s enhance the flavor of freedom. This 6b injected frame straight outta Italy owes as much to the West Coast as the Pacific itself. With a very unique 3D Volt logo adorning the side frame it should come as no surprise that this modern classic will raise the temp in your dice hand as well. Like it or not, your rollin'' dirty in the BPM.

Key Features of the Electric Bpm Sunglasses:
  • 100% UV Protection
  • 6 Base Mold Injected Grilamid Frame
  • 6 Base Polycarbonate Lens
  • 5 Barrel Stainless Steel Optical Hinge

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i have a 7 3/8 head its kind of on the bigger side do you think the electeic bpm sunglasses will be a good fit?
A shopper on Aug 7, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have a larger head/face as well 7 5/8-7 3/4. I like the BPM's but they're a touch to small. With 7 3/8 size should be a good fit.
what is difference between 6 base and 8 base poly carbonate lenses?
jack d on Jan 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The base curve is the front curve of any sunglass lens. Sunglasses typically feature base curves between 6 and 9 measured curvatures.

Sunglass models that feature a 6 base tend to be more flat relative to the front of the frame. While 9 base styles provide the maximum amount of wrap around your face.

Base curves above 8 are not recommended for prescription lenses and the higher the Rx; the flatter the frame is advised. Many sunglasses replicate the look of an 8 base curve with larger temples to help block light coming in from the sides.