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Transitions XTRActive

Transitions Group ShotIf you spend more of your day outdoors than indoors or enjoy a lens with a slight tint indoors, then Transitions® XTRActive™ lenses may be right for you. Transitions XTRActive lenses are the darkest everyday photochromic lens–even in warm weather—and have a moderate tint behind the windshield.
  • Lenses change from light tint indoors to very dark outdoors
  • Designed for those who spend most of their day outdoors
  • The darkest everyday Transitions lens available – even in warm weather
  • Moderate tint behind the windshield
  • Blocks 100% of the sun’s harmful UVA & UVB rays
  • Available for most frames and with non-glare treatments.  

 

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