PINELLAS PARK, Fla., July 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Transitions® SOLFX™ sunwear is quickly becoming a must-have among outdoor
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"Transitions SOLFX lenses can take you from dawn to dusk, throughout all your favorite outdoor activities, without having to take sunglasses on and off as the sunlight changes," said Grady Lenski, global director, Transitions sunwear.
Transitions SOLFX sunwear uses state-of-the-art photochromic technology from Transitions Optical to automatically self-adjust – and optimize lens darkness – in changing sunlight. The lenses are compatible with nearly any frame style and brand name and are available primarily through eyecare professionals and retail locations. Available products include:
Pro golfers Kenny Perry and Trevor Immelman enjoy the benefits of Transitions® adaptive lenses both on an off the course; reaffirming why Transitions® lenses are the official eyewear of the PGA TOUR®.
About Transitions Optical
Transitions Optical's family of products includes everyday lenses, designed to be worn indoors and darken outdoors, and performance lenses, designed to be worn outdoors in place of sun lenses. Transitions everyday lenses adapt to light to provide more comfortable vision while protecting eyes from UV. Transitions performance lenses include the company's sunwear line, Transitions® SOLFX™ sun lenses, which enhance visual performance in specific outdoor activities by adapting to optimize color and darkness in changing light conditions.
For more information, visit Transitions.com or TransitionsSOLFX.com, or contact Transitions Optical Customer Service at (800) 848-1506 (United States) or (877) 254-2590 (Canada).
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