LENS CHANGING INSTRUCTIONS

AETHON

ALLIANT

DAVOS

DOLOMITE 2.0

KILO

PODIUM

PODIUM XC

RAIL

SHUTOUT

SLEDGE

SLEDGE LITE

SLICE

TSALI

TYRANT 2.0

VELOCE

WASP

WISP

Small Parts Instructions

Ear Piece: Remove old ear pad and clean the surface with rubbing alcohol. Slip the ear pad over the nub at the end of the arm piece and secure.

Ear Piece (with glue): Remove old ear pad and clean the surface with rubbing alcohol. Dot exposed surface with superglue (we recommend super glue gel to avoid spills.) Firmly press the new parts into the frame until glue sets. For an ear pad with metal stem: Dot stem with glue. Slide the new ear pad on until it meets the frame. Let the glue set completely before wearing.

Nose Piece (with glue): Remove old nose pad. Clean surface with rubbing alcohol. Dot exposed surface with superglue (we recommend super glue gel to avoid spills.) Firmly press new parts into frame until glue sets. Let glue set completely before wearing.

Nose Piece (screwed): Using a screwdriver, remove the old nose piece and screw. Use a screwdriver to put the nose piece in place with replacement screw(s). Please be sure not to over tighten or strip the screw while replacing. Screwdriver must be 0 in size. Some models will have two screws to hold the nose piece in place.

Nose Piece (shield snap-in): Remove old nose pad by rotating down from brow of the sunglass. Insert new nose pad into opening. Support the back of the nose bracket with finger and push nose pad into place.

Rx Adaptor: Tifosi RX03A optical insert is available for only compatible Tifosi models. Remove nosepiece. With lens back facing you, firmly grasp lens with one hand. Using opposite hand, grip nosepiece & gently twist clockwise down and away from lens until it releases. Install RX03A adaptor. Holding lens firmly with one hand, use opposite hand to guide RX03A adaptor’s nosepiece into notch on lens. With nose pads oriented correctly, gently push adaptor towards notch in lens until it snaps into place.

Sweat, UV rays, cleaners and other chemicals can cause rubber parts to breakdown over prolonged periods of exposure.