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Adidas Sport Launches New Golf Inspired Eyewear Collection

by | Mar 18, 2021 | PRO SHOP

Sunglasses for Hitting Fairways and Making Birdies

Building on the framework of the Adidas Sport Eyewear collection, this offering focuses on the golf course while providing better clarity as your ball leaves the clubface. From the best-in-performance athletic materials with the impact-resistant and ultra-lightweight TR90 injection molding for the frame, as well as the visual enhancement of your surrounding light, color and contrast. With the Kolor Up™ technology applied to these scratch-resistant lenses, you’ll have an easier time noticing differences in the green’s breaks. These frames are contemporary and versatile in style, taking you from the front nine, making the turn, and onto the clubhouse before teeing it up for another round. adidas Sport Eyewear elevates every shot, protecting your sight and transforming your vision allowing you to see details in all conditions, and even potentially helping to knock a few strokes off your round.

Specs:

  • 12-hole ventilation system
  • Security block hinges
  • 4 position adjustable nose pad
  • KOLOR UP™ sun lenses enhance colors while maintaining a high level of sun protection
  • Hybrid of style and performance
  • MSRP: $99 – $109 – $139- Available at PGA Superstore.

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<a href="https://esoutherngolf.com/author/dave/" target="_self">Dave Daubert</a>

Dave Daubert

Dave, a member of Golf Writers of America and International Golf Travel Writers Associations, has been writing about all things golf since the turn of the century. He was Managing Editor at a regional golf magazine for 11 years before joining eSouthernGOLF in 2013 as Editor. Dave has been published at TriStateGolfer, FairwaysGolfCanada, GeorgiaGolf&Travel, TexasGolfInsider, GolfTrips, NewEngland.Golf, ProGolfWeekly, and numerous regional and state publications. His unique perspective and insight make for an enjoyable read and interesting articles. Contact him at [email protected]
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