Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 02, 2013
Prescription Fishing Sunglasses are now available from ADS Sports Eyewear with a lens designed to focus on the specific needs of a fisherman. A large portion of the progressive corridor is designed for near-distance viewing. This is a stark contrast to a traditional progressive lens that has a focal distance that gets progressively closer as you look lower in the lens. Designing more of the lens to focus on the specific needs of fishermen allows the fisherman to move their head normally while keeping near objects in focus.
This fishing lens is designed around recent free-form digital lens technology that can recalculate the curve of a lens at every point the lens. The upper portion of the lens provides crystal clear vision without the usual fishbowl effect cause by standard prescriptions in wrap style frames. The lower portion of the lens has a consistent near distance portion that a fisherman can use while baiting a hook.
Oakley Prescription Sunglasses are the first to market with this new technology. Oakley also offers the largest selection of lens colors designed for a fishing environment. The Oakley Deep Blue Iridium lens is a polarized grey lens with an oxide coating to minimize blue light distortions. The Oakley Shallow Blue Iridium is a polarized bronze lens with the same coating. The combination of this fishing-specific lens design and polarized lens colors designed specifically for fishermen has made Oakley the first choice for serious fisherman.
These fishing-specific prescription lenses are available in any of the Oakley Sunglasses on the ADS Sports Eyewear web site. ADS Sports Eyewear is located in the North Dallas area of Texas and they have specialized in the sales of prescription eyewear since 2000. The company is optician owned and operated with a knowledgeable staff that uses and understands prescription eyewear for active people. For their full selection of prescription sunglasses, goggles and prescription eyeglasses can be found on their website at http://www.adseyewear.com.