Cressi Big Eyes Evolution Mask – Revolutionary Unisex Diving mask made of High
Cressi Big Eyes Evolution Mask – Revolutionary Unisex Diving mask made of High Seal or Crystal Silicone, a material that offers extraordinary and unprecedented comfo
- High Seal Double Injection Silicone Skirt
- Inclined Lenses for an increased visibility (+25%)
- Made in Italy
- Made with Premium High Quality Materials
- Made by Cressi: manufacturer of watersports equipment since 2056
This revolutionary mask is made from High Seal, a new material that offers extraordinary and unprecedented comfort. Not only has this new High Seal silicone been chosen, with its exceptional softness and comfort, but the entire design of the skirt has followed new rules which allow a point of contact between the mask and the face that has a very open angle. The mask rests on the face with unprecedented comfort and does not leave any marks on the skin, even after extended use. Naturally, to obtain such a result the entire structure of the skirt is differentiated, with internal ribs that stiffen the parts of the mask that are most stressed. The raked lenses, with their inverted drop shape (Cressi patent), are quite small and are brought as close to the pupils as possible, so that the already extraordinary visibility of the Matrix is increased by 25%. The headband uses the exclusive patented Cressi system of double injection of an elastomer on a rigid element and allows the buckles of the strap to be mounted not on the skirt structure, as done by our competitors, but on an indestructible elastic element that tilts on a vertical plane and can be completely bent sideways on a 180° curve. The thickness of the headband has been reduced to such an extent as to make it practically invisible when the mask is being worn.
|12.5 x 8.13 x 11.28 cm; 317.51 Grams
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To discover the sea, through the eyes of a child, again and again.
To breathe in another world, where our laws do not apply.
To forget gravity and be able to fly.
To listen to a deep silence and see different colours. To encounter other forms of life.
To keep searching for new ideas, trying to make diving easier and safer.