Arnette Fire Drill

Priced: $54.99 - $69.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Arnette Fire Drill
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Color: Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
Fuzzy Ink Aqua w/ Grey Polarized
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Arnette Fire Drill -
False pulls to get out of class. Monthly dorm evacuations. There are many forms of preparatory drills in the event of a fire, but there's only one that prepares you for the blinding fury of navigating society. Shield your eyes from jealous glares, hide your bloodshot marbles from authorities, and fend off lame style the Arnette Fire Drill Sunglasses. If you take the time to piece together the perfect uniform for entering the world, then you'd better have the right eyewear.


  • Grilamid TR90 frames were engineered for extreme use, with natural properties that endure temperature change, maintain structural integrity and have a lightweight durable construction.


  • GRILAMID TR90 frame is extremely lightweight and durable, making it ideal for active use. It's unaffected by natural temperature changes and maintains its shape over time, even during intense use.


  • Arnette logo detail on side temples.


  • Polycarbonate lenses are lightweight, outperforming all industry standards - allowing you to conquer any terrain with superior shock-absorption.
  • Polycarbonate lenses provide lightweight wearability and easily outperform the most rigorous industry standard requirements. Its extraordinary shock-absorption qualities make it perfect for taking on the most difficult conditions and terrains.
  • Protective carrying case included.
  • Arnette was started in a California garage, created by the very people who make the music and active western lifestyle a reality - being in touch makes designs stay fresh, and attention to detail a priority.
  • Provides 100% UV protection.
The Arnette Fire Drill Sunglasses are too hot to handle, featuring vintage styling with a progressive modern twist that will be sure to start a few emotional fires. The lightweight, flexible frames look normal, however TR90 grilamid is extremely resistant to impact and performs in any normal earthly temperature - giving you a superior active shade and crystal clear optics.

On fire? Then be sure to stop, drop, and roll.
Want to ignite a fiery hot look? Then just slip on these Fire Drill shades from Arnette™ to truly burn bright.
GRILAMID TR90 frame is extremely lightweight and durable, making it ideal for active use. It's unaffected by natural temperature changes and maintains its shape over time, even during intense use.
Made in Italy.
Arnette Fire Drill sunglasses. Lightweight. Luxottica lenses. Arnette nameplates at temples and lens. Comes with hard case and soft pouch. Imported.
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Bridge:15 mm
Frame Width:144 mm
Lens Height:46 mm
Lens Width:58 mm
Temple Length:129 mm
Weight:0.97 oz

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Arnette Fire Drill Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'm a geologist and climber living in Phoenix AZ, just a quick background to qualify that I'm out in the sun... A lot. These glasses are wonderful. Dark enough for those incredibly long sunny days but still don't alter the tone I your surroundings. Also great for low light conditions, rarely do I have to take them off in a tunnel or garage transition while I'm driving. The design is pretty sleek. I was hesitant about matte black because it looked 'plasticy' on line, but the glasses look clean in reality. I have the blue mirrored lenses that reflect all light in low light and reveal your eyes slightly in high light. Finally the frame is key for me; I have a pretty big head and have a hard time finding glasses that look good. These are perfect. Small heads, seriously beware!:) If this were an REI review I would seriously recommend them to a friend! ;)
Anonymous - customer at on 03/29/2012

The are really nice, I like them pretty much.
I haven't got trouble with decoloration or anything like that. I guess that depends on the conditions also in which you see them (light and all that)
I have them in red and also purple..

Alejandro Castro at on 10/25/2013

These are the perfect shades for summer! I love the new neon arms paired with a matte black frame. They fit amazing well on everyone and are so lightweight I can even wear them running.

Leslie Byers at on 05/08/2012
A sportier, more comfortable wayfarer that has a very unique style that turns heads. These also have a larger frame too which is great if you have a big head like I do.
Anonymous - customer at on 07/01/2012

Love them, light weight and you can use them to go to the beach or to go to a social activity. Hitting the beach with them here in PR...

Jonathan at on 05/05/2012

Negative Reviews:

I got these in white/purple mirror. They are decent shades, but not really what I was expecting. I have a small head and these look ginormous on me. I would say they're for "medium to large" face size, not the small to medium claimed in the tech specs. Also, the picture of the white/purple makes the lenses look fairly dark and purple, but in reality they are very light lenses, and they only really look purple in a certain light. Looking out of them, they make the world look very yellow, which is weird. To give you an idea, putting these on triggers my girlfriend's "photic sneeze reflex"(when you sneeze from sunlight), even when it's not very bright out.

Andrew Nicholson at on 06/28/2013

Bought the white pair and they started turning blue when left in the heat.

sirp693345 at on 08/29/2013