Ease, safety, and style are at the heart of Paris Miki Inc.’s driving eyewear brand Tagai. The brand, which name means unity in Japanese, is coming to Manila to offer you the protection you need—no matter what time of the day you’re driving.

Tagai offers two different driving lenses as well as two different frames to suit both your needs and preferences. The two driving lenses are the Diurnal or the day lenses and the Nocturnal or the night lenses.

The Diurnal Lenses feature anti-reflective lenses and rust-proof, hypoallergenic, and highly durable frames. The anti-reflection coat can come in dark gray or gold mirror. Both lenses promise 99.2 percent degree of polarization and cut out 99.9 percent of UV rays.

Image model F1 racer Kamui Kobayashi

The Nocturnal lenses are designed to give you the best visual performance at night. It can reduce brightness of the headlights from oncoming traffic and provide higher contrast. Its multi-coat lenses can also cut 99.9 percent of UV rays.

The two frame designs for Tagai are called Alpha and Beta. These were designed based on two requirements from professional race car driver and Tagai endorser Kamui Kobayashi: they have to protect the eyes and still be stylish.

Both collections come in 12 different styles. The Alpha caters to the more fashionable set, while Beta us for the outdoorsy type. The Alpha comes in black and yellow, black matte, tortoise, and blue and black. Meanwhile, the Beta is available in black matte and red, gray and black, red and white, and black. Both frames will work with the two lenses.

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Nicole Batac
Managing Editor

Nicole calls herself an accidental techie that has learned to love all things consumer tech since she started with this line of work around seven years ago. In her spare time, she devours books, TV shows, movies, and a large amount of Japan-related entertainment.