West Union, SC (PRWEB) June 28, 2008
Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses has just moved to the mountains of South Carolina, and they have brought their new line of sunglasses that offer solutions for hiking and sports enthusiasts. The new line introduces photochromic lenses that change as quickly as the scenery, automatically dimming and brightening to adjust to the beautiful mountain surroundings.
Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses (http://www.technical-gear.com) realized there was a problem with enjoying the scenery of the mountains. The glare and swiftly changing light conditions often made the hiking and driving unbearable.
Since they relocated to the mountains of South Carolina, they wanted to fix this problem for their customers and for themselves. They have found a solution for hiking and driving in the mountains, no matter the position of the sun. They have bulked up their inventory to help with the area's outdoor activities. Gargoyles Sunglasses has revamped their entire line, and Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses now carries the entire collection for their customers. The revamped line is perfect for outdoor activities in the mountains that surround Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses.
They have also added Serengeti Sunglasses, featuring the Drivers photochromic lens technologies. This advanced technology causes the lenses to adjust to as the light changes. That means that someone can go driving all day in the mountains, and never have a glare. The molecules inside of the lenses adjust constantly, allowing the lenses to lighten and darken as needed. The sunglasses have been specifically tested for all day mountain drives, and they have proven to be the solution for glare issues that many drivers face when they are trying to enjoy the scenery.
Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses is also unveiling hiking sunglasses from Bolle. The glasses are lightweight and rimless, and are made to hug the wearer's face. They are ideal for sports and hiking, as they are virtually unbreakable and made to stay on the face. They have an adjustable thermo grip pad on both the nose and temple, which further secures the sunglasses on the face. The hiking sunglasses from Bolle also have memory that causes them to return to their original shape after they are hit or bent. They can make it through a strenuous hike, or they can be worn for lounging around the pool.
For more information, visit them online at http://www.technical-gear-com.
About Technical Gear:
Founded in 2000, Technical Gear Sports Sunglasses recently relocated to the Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina. They have a diverse staff that is able to help outfit their customers in the best sunglasses to fit their needs. The staff includes outdoor enthusiasts, military personnel and years of experience with fishing guides, both saltwater and freshwater. They have someone who can explain every type of sunglasses the business offers through personal experience.
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