Designed with the help of Major winner Paula Creamer, these glasses feature innovative Mela-Lens technology that filters 98% of ‘blue’ light through synthesised melanin to reduce glare and eye fatigue.
Sundog Eyewear has released a new 'LPGA Paula Creamer Collection' that offers lady golfers greater eye protection and improved visibility on the course.
Designed with the help of Major winner and 2014 HSBC Women’s Champion Creamer, the new collection features innovative Mela-Lens technology that filters 98% of ‘blue’ light through synthesised melanin to reduce glare and eye fatigue. Long term eye damage is also eliminated as the lens provides complete protection from harmful Ultraviolet A, B, and C light.
“This collection has been designed specifically for golfers, as light filtration helps to define details more clearly for improved vision on the course and also keeps the same colour balance,” said Matthew Hazelden, Brand Manager for Europe. “The technology in the glasses can even increase energy levels on the course, thanks to the reduction in eye fatigue and increased awareness. The brand has worked closely with Paula on the styling to appeal to female golfers, so they can not only perform well on the course, but look great too.”
Two standout models include the BRAVO and FREESTYLE (shown above) glasses. Both feature a special SD C7 lens that provide Ultraviolet filtration up to 400mm, while adjustable nose pads increase comfort and reduce slipping. The BRAVO and FREESTYLE glasses both have a RRP of £69.99 and also come with a complimentary cloth case.
For more information please visit www.brandfusion.ltd.co.uk
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