Shryock Introduces New Shades
Elite Series pro Fletcher Shryock designed a special pair of sunglasses to meet his needs. He was looking a pair of glasses to fit near his face to block out light from the outside. These frames have a wider temple to help keep as much light as possible out of the inside of the glasses. "I also wanted rubber pieces around the nose and back behind the ears to help keep the glasses stationary on my face" said Shryock.
Some of the glasses features are:
Advance Polarized Plus Lenses
o Ultimate Anti-Glare POLARIZED with UV Blocking Filters for Optimum Visual Comfort & Clarity
o Frontside Multi-Layer Reflective and Scratch resistant Coatings
o Backside Anti-Reflective Coatings
o TR90 Nylon frames for light-weight comfort, flexibility and weather resistance
o Hydro-Rubber Nose and Temple Tip Pads for added comfort and grip
o Widened Temples for full side shield coverage
Included a semi-rimless style for high humidity days.
Spiderwire Tribal Prints.
Frame colors: Orange, White, Matte Black
They will be sold exclusively at Walmart this year and will be in stores this spring, probably around March.
They will be a great value for under $20.
There will also be a semi rimless version as well as a smaller version for kids.
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