Pintail Sunglasses - Black Label

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Inspired by the ever-popular Kaenon Arlo, Pintail™ is its bigger brother that offers a slightly larger lens but still retains the great fit, style and performance. From the sculpted face to the tapered temple tips, Pintail has serious street appeal and could arguably redefine the term “understated cool”. Pintail is now available in Kaenon's Black Label. Wrapped in matte black, Kaenon’s Black Label Collection provides the ultimate in polarized performance. Perfect for life on the water and snow where the sun attacks you with its harshest glare, Kaenon’s darkest grey lens, G12, gets an added layer of performance thanks to a black mirror finish.Pintail's lightweight frame with embedded Variflex™ nose pads paired with Kaenon’s SR-91® polarized lenses, offers comfort and performance you can feel and see. Price includes a micro fiber cleaning/storage bag and protective hard case.

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Product Features

  • Frame Material: Lightweight, flexible Swiss-made TR-90 frame material 
  • Frame Finish: hand painted, matte or gloss 
  • Lens Base Curve: 8 base curve 
  • Hinge: 5 barrel stainless steel hinge 
  • Lens Material: Kaenon SR-91® Lens, Kaenon SR-91® Polarized Lens 
  • Lens Tints: Grey, Brown, Black Mirror 
  • Polarized: Yes 
  • Gender: Male 
  • Nose Pads: Hypoallergenic recessed Variflex™ nose pads 
  • Case Type: Hard case and soft micro-fiber cleaning bag Recommended 
  • Use: casual, sport 
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 1 year, Lifetime SR-91® Lens Warranty 
  • Designed in California, Made in Italy

Fit: Pintail fits small to medium faces


A: 59mm
B: 41mm
Bridge: 21mm
Temple: 129mm
Frame Width: 139mm

A is the width of the lens
B is the height of the lens
Bridge is the distance between lenses
Temple is the overall length of the side
Frame Width is the overall width of the front of the sunglasses