PEAKVISION SUNGLASSES OFFER SUPER EYE PROTECTION & HIGH DEFINITION LENSES
Golf season, in many parts of the country, is right around the corner. The Masters, the first Major Championship on the men’s professional calendar, takes place April 11-14. That special time of the year usually signifies the start of spring and the beginning of golf season for millions of golfers who can’t wait for the deep freeze of winter to be history.
And so, in preparation for golf season, PEAKVISION Sunglasses, known for their patented technology that will enhance your vision and provide up to three times the visual definition than your naked eye, is offering an array of styles that will kick start your season and get you super excited to be back on the links!
“The LX2’s are our ‘go-to’ golf sunglasses for the spring,” says David Feaser, CEO, PEAKVISION Sunglasses. “These are the ultimate glasses for golfers because they offer the golfer full coverage from the sun and with the co-injected rubber and temple tips, the fit is perfect to withstand high-wind conditions,” adds Feaser.
The GX5 is also popular with golfers, offering a full wrap-around design for superb coverage. The GX5’s come in black, white and royal blue. “The GX5 is our number-one seller,” says Feaser.
Many golfers prefer the uber-stylish ‘aviator’ look. PEAKISION offers the AV1, a medium-size aviator with an excellent fit in both gold and silver.
The DG1, a medium-sized Wayfarer is extremely light-weight and is constructed with a nylon titanium composite.
And the EOS style features a modern, round European design that offer a sophisticated look.
Feaser adds: “The PEAKVISION lens make all the greens pop and will give you an impeccable read. It is like looking at the golf course in HD! It is simply the best lens that were designed for golf and we put our money where our mouth is with a 30-day, moneyback guarantee.”
To order PEAKVISION, visit www.peakvision.com. PEAKVISION ships the same day the order is placed.
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