SLAM Ed-in-Chief Ben Osborne attended a launch for performance eyewear by Bollé Sport Protective last week at the Standard Motel, where he spoke with a very excited Tony Parker (more to come in an upcoming issue of SLAM). Here’s Parker talking about the new eyewear for young athletes:
Check out a couple photos from the event (courtesy of Breakaway Communications) and the five styles of the product in the gallery above, and read up on the details below:
“Platinium coating – Patented scratch resistant and anti-fog technology, used successfully in industrial and military environments.
SAS Shock Absorption System – A new industrial process that permits co-injection of two different materials at the same time: hard material for impact resistance and very soft material for impact absorption. This process does not use chemical bonding agents, greatly reducing the risk of allergic reactions
New Polycarbonate Grade – All Sport Protective frames are constructed with a recently developed grade of polycarbonate, delivering flexibility for comfort combined with a very high level of impact resistance.”
The eyewear is available now for $128-160. See Bollé’s website for more information.