(Press Release) DENVER – Casual and performance eyewear maker XX2i Optics has released the newest sunglass in the brand’s performance lineup: the Australia1. Featuring 8K polarized lens technology and equipped with an interchangeable temple arm / strap system, the Australia1 is designed for leisurely to intense outdoor activities.
“This is one sunglass that any sporting enthusiast will love and be able to use on so many different kinds of outdoor adventures,” says Paul Craig, president of XX2i Optics. “Our athletes and weekend warriors inspired us to create a product that was ready for all types of conditions, no matter how intense. The design team put their heads together and invented something really beautiful, as well as incredibly practical. The response we are getting from cyclists, climbers, adventure racers and even motorcycle riders is outstanding. This is truly the most versatile sunglass we have ever unveiled.”
Along with an interchangeable and adjustable strap, the Australia1 incorporates a removable padded insert for extra protection against the elements, catering to contact lens wearers and people suffering from dry eyes. The frame features a wraparound style for enhanced peripheral vision and come standard with XX2i Optics’ polarized lenses.
“These are a great pair of shades that wrap well,” says Brett Muratori from the Journey Adventure Racing Team. “The foam inserts are a great feature to keep road dust and other debris out. Very cool addition to some already cool shades.”
The Australia1 is designed to fit all face sizes and is available in three color combinations: Matte Black, Matte Tortoise, and White & Black. As with all XX2i shades, the Australia1 comes with a 365-day, money-back guarantee and a lifetime frame and lens warranty.
For more information, visit XX2i.com.
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