With grease on their hands and a James Dean like attitude, the youth of today live their lives one mile at a time. Equipped with a leather jacket and thirsting for a journey, the motorhead in them loves to hit the road and not look back. Exhibiting their passion and unique personalities, they are incomplete without their hardcore air of riding sunglasses. Independent and edgy, there is no stopping this lot.
Keeping the mood and on the go life of this charismatic lot, Fastrack Sunglasses, one of the country’s largest youth lifestyle brand, has launched a new range of stylish sunglasses. With designs that go beyond the conventional aviators, these are specially crafted for a generation which is out to experience the road, as raw as it comes.
With dynamic colors and distinct designs, this range of sunglasses is the perfect personification of the millennial rider. The Easy Rider collection is just the right personification of the irreverent and cool rider, who just really wants to hum his favorite riding track and get lost in his travels.
Priced between INR 999 & INR 2199, these pair of sunglasses enter the market with the roar of a V-twin. The Easy Rider collection will be available across Fastrack stores, Titan Eyeplus stores, World of Titan stores, Shoppers Stop, Central, Lifestyle stores, and all leading optical and watch retail outlets. It would also be available online on eyeplus.titan.co.in, Amazon, Flipkart and Myntra.
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