Eyewear News on the Web – August 2020
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Source: www.gearpatrol.com by TANNER BOWDEN
Twenty years ago, sprinter Ato Boldon turned heads when he took to the track at the Sydney Olympics wearing a pair of sport “sunglasses” that wouldn’t be unfitting as a Marvel film costume prop. More goggles than glasses, they had circular ruby-red lenses and a chrome frame that reached up and over the top of his head instead of toward the temples. While Boldon didn’t … for more detail click here.
Source: prnewswire.comby JINS Eyewear
Shaping the future and paving the way for eyewear retailers everywhere, JINS Eyewear announced today a newly launched Virtual Try On technology. They’re innovating the way we shop for eyewear with access to over 1,800 glasses, one of the largest eyewear inventory available to virtually try on glasses online. All this, in the face of the ever-evolving COVID-19 retail … for more detail click here.
Source: www.etonline.com by Amy Lee
Sunglasses are the best way to elevate an outfit, and celebrities seem to agree. Stars are often never without shades, and whether they’re blocking flashing lights, shielding from the sun or using them as a finishing eyewear touch to a look, they’re seen in the coolest pairs. If you’re looking for new sunnies to rock for the rest of the summer, shop the exact pairs … for more detail click here.
Source: www.newsweek.com by JOSH SMITH
It’s hard to find a great pair of cheap sunglasses, but we’ve found a new favorite for everyday use and outdoor activities. Knockaround sunglasses are affordable, with prices starting at $15 and available with polarized lenses for a small upcharge. Instead of buying an expensive pair of sunglasses that eventually break, or that you leave at home when you are out … for more detail click here.
Source: www.stuff.tv Chris Rowlands
Summer isn’t quite the same in 2020, but one thing’s for sure: come sun, clouds or showers, there’s always a risk of squinting. Whether you’re sensibly scaling peaks, sitting distantly in parks or sipping responsibly at pubs, the in-and-out solar schedule is sure to keep your peepers … for more detail click here.