New products : Prescription Motorcycle Sunglasses with a new design are available from ADS Sports Eyewear

Prescription Motorcycle Sunglasses with a new interchangeable lens design are now available from ADS Sports Eyewear. 

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) June 08, 2013
Prescription Motorcycle Sunglasses are now available with an innovative new design from Panoptx 7Eye. This unique invention allows motorcyclists to switch lenses in just a few seconds.

ADS Sports Eyewear is one of the first motorcycle optical shops to feature the new Panoptx 7Eye Rocker. Prescription lenses for these motorcycle glasses will be surfaced using the new Free-Form digital lenses that eliminate the fishbowl effect traditionally associated with prescription lenses in these curved glasses. A new Lenticular digital lens design is also available for riders with very high prescriptions, or for riders who want the thinnest lenses possible.

This new Rocker provides excellent wind protection without using a foam eye seal. Prescription lenses in the Rocker mount in a one-piece unit that snaps securely into the frame at the center. This designed is for riders who do not want to be inconvenienced by a change in lighting conditions. A typical setup is to have a polarized lens to block glare during the day and a clear lens for night riding. The Rocker allows this exchange to be accomplished quickly, and with one hand.

Very few Motorcycle Sunglasses are available with interchangeable lenses. This is the very first model from Panoptx 7Eye that has this feature. ADS Sports Eyewear has been looking forward to offering this functional design ever since the concept announcement and many ADS Sports Eyewear patients have been enthusiastically awaiting the arrival of this new Rocker.

ADS Sports Eyewear is owned and operated by Dave DuMais, an optician and long-time motorcyclist. They have specialized in prescription motorcycle sunglasses for over 10 years. Most sales are generated through the ADS Sports Eyewear web site at http://www.adseyewear.com.

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