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Performance Eyewear from Henri Lloyd

23rd October 2009
Performance Eyewear from Henri Lloyd

Henri Lloyd has entered into the performance eyewear market with a highly developed range of lightweight sunglasses using Hydrophobic technology, specifically designed for the racing sailor. Have a look over the fold at the Quantum – which Henri Lloyd claims makes moisture build-up on the lens a thing of the past – and, most importantly, for Irish dealers!

The Quantum frame is handmade from high-strength acetate offering durability, while the Polarized lenses with their Hydrophobic coating means that moisture build-up on the lens including droplets of sweat, rain and sunscreen will be a thing of the past. The Quantum lenses have been engineered to eliminate static electrical charge, even dirt and dust will be repelled, to maintain the highest level of clarity.

friday.jpg The Polarized lenses used on Henri Lloyd’s Quantum glasses offer sharp, clear vision making it easier to detect contour differences. It also reduces glare at the same time as providing full protection against the harmful effects of UVA, UVB and UVC radiation. The close-fit, wrap-around style frames and lenses ensures not only a secure, snug fit but also offers complete coverage to keep sun and spray from eyes during extreme conditions.

Paul Strzelecki, joint Chief Executive of Henri Lloyd commented: “After years of research and development we’ve finally decided to enter the performance eyewear market with our cutting-edge range of racing sunglasses. Offering all the high quality features you’d expect from Henri Lloyd including the revolutionary Hydrophobic Coating designed to give excellent vision even in wet, rough conditions.”

Product, RRP in Sterling, and available Colour/s
Henri Lloyd Quantum  £85  Carbon
Henri Lloyd Vista  £65  Carbon, Navy, Tortoise

 

Irish Henri Lloyd Stockists

CH Marine, Cork

Dinghy Supplies, 46 Dublin Road, Sutton, Co Dublin. Tel: +353 (0)1 8322 312

Matthews Centre, Cork

Pro Rig, Howth, Co Dublin

Union Chandlery, Cork

Viking Marine, Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin and Kilcoole, Co Wicklow

 

Remember to check out the Afloat Irish Sailing Annual, out early December, for coverage of lots of gifts for the sailor in your life, on our Santa for Sailors pages! 

 

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