Scheyden Precision Eyewear = hot fashion

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One of the luxury-market leaders in lenses and frames for golf and other sporting activities is Scheyden Precision Eyewear. The new Albatross and Mustang frames debuted in January at the 2012 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Fla.
Co-designed by company founder Jeff Herold and renowned eyewear industry veteran Patrick Hussey, the styles promise to provide the ultimate in optical clarity and comfort. The Albatross' aviator-like frames were designed to fit nearly every face type. The Mustang's navigator style was made to suit a medium to large fit.

"It's obvious to anyone that vision is an integral part of the game," company founder Jeff Herold said. "By using the world's best materials, we've been able to create absolutely gorgeous glasses that reduce glare and allow golfers to see the things they need to see to be better players."
Hand-ground and polished, the distortion-free glass lenses feature a hydrophobic coating to repel water and perspiration. Boasting several layers of magnesium hexafluoride, which diffuses ambient light and protects pupils from harsh reflections, the lenses include a scratch resistant finish and are offered with optional polarization. fgalb6_w160.jpg
In addition to the new models, the company's product line includes the Composite Hybrids, titanium-frame Fixed Gear collection, Classic FlipUp styles and Dual RX designs for prescription users.

The glasses retail for $309 to $349. Find more information online at or call (800) 851-2758.


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