many sunglasses, the lenses in Nike glasses are specially designed to cut
out what the company describes as "visual noise" – more commonly known as
"blurring" - and improve contrast.
tints and lenses specially designed for different sports and conditions,
Nike sunglasses are the shades of choice of serious sportsmen and women all
over the world. Their reasonable price means that they can be worn by those
of us who never get closer to sports than watching it on TV, too.
by soccer star Thierry Henri, Nike's soccer sunglasses are designed for
speed, with a shape which helps them stay firmly attached to your head no
matter what happens on the field.
most sportspeople, running stars, like world cross country champion, Paula
Radcliffe, tend to get sweaty. They need sunglasses which minimize the glare
of the road, but won't slip down the nose when the going gets tough.
ability to see clearly is absolutely essential for a golfer, and Nike's Max
Golf Tint has been specially developed to increase contrast and help improve
ace Maria Sharapova wears Nike's 'Sera" sunglasses, which are both stylish
Pujols, Torii Hunter, Jimmy Rollins, Jermaine Dye and many, many more of the
country's biggest baseball starts choose Nike for their sports sunglasses.
summertime and Nike sunglasses go together like red, white and blue. There's
nothing more American in contemporary times than the ubiquitous name of
Nike. A company existing in its current form since 1978 this highly
acclaimed fortune 500 employer is headquartered in Oregon. Nike sunglasses
styles like Pursue, Precocious, Skylon and Curfew bring fashion to the
expensive and far more practical than haute couture these are sunglasses
made for the active lifestyle. Still made in Italy like the more upscale
shades Nike sunglasses are made for those who crave action. The Nike Odeon
Swift is a sports shield style that features polycarbonate polarized (or
un-polarized option) lenses and comfort nylon frames. Frames available in
colors matte black, mahogany red or iron. Lens tint can be exchanged. Priced
a bit higher than other styles at $109-$149 these are still well worth the
sunglasses flywheel 3PC utilizes the latest in flex metal in order to
accommodate serious movement during athletic pursuits. The same safety of
polycarbonate lenses is found here as in prescription eyewear but there's no
need for an eye exam. El Dorado, gun metal and steel frame tones are
offered. For $143.99 these are very attractive.
sunglasses Skylon exhibit the same light-weight impact resistance found in
the metal frame styles but are made in differing colors and polarized
options. The most noticeable design variation in this and other Nike
sunglasses styles is the addition of a ventilated nose bridge. This is a
very noticeably ridged wide plastic channel that prevents perspiration from
collecting under frames. By allowing air to circulate behind the lenses,
this feature sets Nike in a class by itself.
comes with a great variety of lens tint choices. Yellow, gray, brown and
orange are but a few of the possibilities here. Seriously bright light calls
for one tint while lower light calls for fewer tints. The orange tints have
a blue light blocking affect. This can help control glare and is a favorite
feature used by pilots and fishermen for years. Maximum glare block is
achieved with dark polarized tints.
of the Nike sunglasses line is aimed at a fairly utilitarian sports market,
with a practical price in the less than $100 to around $200 range. There are
many purely fun fashion styles however. Nike Punk Jock is decidedly taken
from the era of the Blues Brothers movie. Self Central, Supreme Court and
Unwind all fix the wearer in a certain purely fun milieu. These along with
the many different bright colors make Nike sunglasses coordinate with bright
yellows, blue, orange and many shades of gray serve both practical purposes
and look great at the beach or park! Life is fun and Nike sunglasses fit in
with that philosophy.
branded sports wear is found in nearly every place on earth. The massive
quantity of merchandise is produced primarily through contracts with over
700 manufacturers’ world wide. Sales of products bearing the Nike logo allow
the company to employ over 30,000 people.