Bolle Eyewear Offers Camo Sunglasses

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posted on September 17, 2015
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Bollé eyewear has partnered with Michael Waddell, host of Outdoor Channel’s “Bone Collector,” to offer camouflage-patterened sunglasses in its Sport Lifestyle collection. The 10 models in this collection will feature two of the newest Realtree patterns—Xtra and Max5. 

Frames are constructed of durable, lightweight B88 nylon, and feature Thermogrip nosepads and temple tips. All lenses are polarized and have an exterior oleophobic/hydrophobic coating, as well as an interior anti-fog treatment. 

The 10 initial models in the Bollé Michael Waddell Signature Series, which are on dealers’ shelves now, sell for between $99.99 to $119.99. All models can be fitted with prescription lenses with Bollé’s B-Thin Active Design Rx program.

Bollé is a brand of Vista Outdoor Inc., an outdoor sports and recreation company. 

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