The main frames, the part of the Lightning Bolt 360 that hold the lenses, are a hard acetate-like plastic with a glossy black finish across the top half and down over the bridge, and a matte finish on the underside of the lenses between the sides and the bridge. The shape of the frames around the lenses is rectangular/trapezoidal, which is similar to Gunnar’s Enigma frames.
While the bridge itself is integrated into the frames, a separate nosepiece snaps into place behind it, adding firm rubber pads to rest against the sides of your nose instead of hard plastic. Three different-sized nosepieces are included with the Lightning Bolt 360.
Two sets of lenses also come with the Lightning Bolt 360, a pair of Gunnar Amber lenses that block 65 percent of blue light with a yellow tint and a pair of Gunnar Sun that block 90 percent of blue light with a dark gray-blue tint.
That’s two pairs of lenses, three nosepieces, and three sets of temples for the Lightning Bolt 360. Gunnar also includes a square, hard-shell zip-up case for holding all of these different parts, a cloth pouch for holding just the glasses, a microfiber cloth, and a few Gunnar lens wipes for good measure.