FAIRFIELD, NJ – September 2011 Each sunglass wearer’s nose bridge is unique and can vary in size and width. This difference can make sunglasses designed for an average bridge either uncomfortably tight or so loose that the sunglass does not sit correctly on the wearer’s face. The Liberty Sport Autofit™ nose bridge design accommodates this variance by allowing one frame bridge to automatically customize to each individual wearer’s bridge shape. As an added benefit, the dual channel nosepad design helps to increase airflow and prevent moisture buildup on the inside of the lens.
The first of the 2011 Sun Performance styles to utilize this technology is the Liberty Sport Chaser. The Chaser is a general/cycling frame that is Rx’able and also features a pierced eyewire design, allowing for additional airflow. Eight-base premium sun lenses and a raised eyerim backlip provides additional lens retention. The Chaser is available in five colors: Shiny White, Shiny Black, Shiny Gunmetal, Olive and Tortoise. The Shiny Black and Tortoise are also available with Polarized lenses.
“There are many performance sunglass competitors on the market. Our specialty has always been that all our frames can be sold as Plano or Rx’able. Our consumers lead active lifestyles and require proper fitting performance sunglasses. With Autofit™ technology, we can answer the wearer’s needs with a comfort fit,” says Carmine DiChiara, VP of New Product Development.
Liberty Sport will be launching other sun performance styles throughout 2012 utilizing Autofit™ technology.
Liberty Sport Performance Suns are all Rx’able and available at leading independent eye care professionals and leading optical chains. To find a retailer near you, or to get more information and the complete assortment of protective sport eyewear and performance sun wear from Liberty Sport, visit www.libertysport.com