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Pilla Panther X6 Post 4 Lens Kit - 10ED, 45MX, 52CHC & 62HCW - Black Frame

The Panther System is the result of our collaboration with 26 Times World Champion George Digweed MBE (Panther X6) and World Champion Max Michel (our latest introduction the Panther X7). We engineered the first generation of this frame system back in 2001 and launched the design into the market in 2002. The design directive from George was quite simple, “create a pair of glasses that is like not wearing a pair of glasses.” Since it’s introduction the Panther System has become the industry standard for the professional competitive clay shooter. All Panther systems use our proprietary PILLA VX lens science developed by ZEISS and are available in 3 different lens curvatures and sizes and have an adjustable nose bridge as a frame option.

Product Details

Pilla Panther X6 Post 4 Lens Kit - 10ED, 45MX, 52CHC & 62HCW Lenses, Black Frame & Silver Case.

10ED

The 10ED is a must have for bright-light conditions. This lens science uses the Enhanced Definition profile to produce rich colour reproduction. This lens is designed to relax the eye in bright-light conditions.

45MX

Medium Lighting Max Orange lens engineered to accelerate the resolution of Orange and Pink 600% while enhancing contrast of the target edges. Very vibrant yet relaxing to the eye. Great registration of a black rimmed target and the under belly of a target.

52CHC

A red based lens harnessing Chromashift that elevates more contrast across the colour spectrum – This lens is a great medium light option – With more red Pilla have enhanced the original spectral curve of the best selling Ballistx lens in the history of Pilla – the 50R – This new introduction has Chromashift elevating more colour with rich definition in the sight picture.

62HCW

High Contrast Watermelon - a beautiful balanced lens harnessing our exclusive Pilla /ZEISS Chromashift technology, which has a strong bump in orange in diminishing light conditions. A very balanced experience with natural elevation of colour in grey conditions.