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Look on the brightside - Golf Sunglasses
June 2011

Some might say the warmest April on record doesn't bode well for the summer - but here's hoping... A round up of the latest designs of sunglasses made for golfers and sportsmen and women.


With lightweight stainless steel arms that wrap around and hug the head for a comfortable fit, these new golf specific sunglasses from TAG Heuer filter the perfect balance of sunlight to enhance contours and depth.

Guide: £210


A combination of high-tech fittings and noble raw materials ensure the RACER has all of the precision and performance qualities that are the hallmark of TAG Heuer Eyewear. Available in 7 frame sizes and 6 colours.

Guide: £130


These Maestrale sunglasses are so lightweight & comfortable you will not realize that you have them on. Featuring exclusive lens technology including photochromic & polarized properties, spectral control, anti-reflective coating and impact resistance. Fantastic for sport, driving and casual wear.

Guide: £149


The ever popular Flak Jacket series features an interchangeable lens design, so you can change your optics as easily as you change your club. The lenses feature a permanent Hydrophobic™ coating that repels water, oils and dust, the G30™ lenses actually enhancing your depth perception by boosting visual contrast.

Guide: £135;


A brand new edition to the Oakley range and worn by Oakley ambassadors Rory Mcllroy and the ever-colourful Ian Poulter the Oakley Fast Jackets represent the next generation of performance eyewear from one of the world’s leading sports fashion brands.

Guide: £190 (Polarized version £230)


The Melanin infused lenses developed in conjunction with Essilor lens of France represents one of the most important advancements in Sundog Eyewear, with significant benefits to vision. Mela lens filtration of the visible spectrum results in relaxed vision without the alteration of colours, actually providing for better natural colour distinction. The result is improved vision without fatigue – especially with bright sunlight and reflection from the ground.

Guide: £59.99


Engineered specifically for the needs of the golfer, the new Advista from adidas promises easy adjustability and ergonomically formed hinges for a perfect fit and wearing comfort. With its newly developed lens, the LST™ Vario (Light Stabalising Technology), these sunglasses are designed to adapt to every light condition.

Guide: £135


Developed with the help of adidas ambassador Justin Rose, the Retego model bridges the gap between performance and fashion, delivering a confident look and crystal-clear vision. The specially curved lens filters are designed specifically for golfers, providing a wide range of vision perfect for playing ‘side on’.

Guide: £120


This lightweight sports model offers a wide field of vision and features rubber nose pads/temple tips and anti-fog ventilated lenses. The impact resistant 1500 grey flash polycarbonate lenses promise 100% UV protection while the flash mirror coating helps to eliminate any glare in bright conditions.

Guide: £50


The Vortex is a new half-rim model which is lightweight, comfortable and extremely flexible. The 100% UV protective B-clear lenses offer the highest optical clarity and great peripheral vision. The lenses are engineered for maximum impact resistance and feature a hydrophobic coating keeping your view perspiration and dust free. The Draft model offers the same performance in a smaller fit.

Guide: £108


The shield lens Nike Show-X1 sunglasses promise grip, stability and comfort. They feature interchangeable lenses, adjustable temples and Nike Max Optics Lens Technology for precise vision at all angles. Ideal not only for golf but many other sports. Frames available in a variety of colour options.

Guide: £129



Reproduced with kind permission of Golf International Magazine

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