Nicklaus Eyewear featured at PGA Show - Nicklaus Companies

Nicklaus Eyewear featured at PGA Show

Nicklaus Eyewear by PeakVision, Inc. is showcasing the latest styles in its sunglasses line in the Jack Nicklaus Apparel room at this year’s PGA Show. Equipped with proprietary Dual-Zone/Zero-Distortion HYBRID Lens technology, the sunglasses improve performance from tee to green. New this year are the JN One and the JN GB9, two unisex models that are extremely lightweight and comfortable.
The JN One features a new Ultematter frame material that is lightweight and strong. The pair of sunglasses is sleek with a thin frame – weighing in at just 17 grams. The new model was designed for durability with a stylish, understated frame. Featuring a Golden Bear emblem on its hinge, the glasses are a must-have before hitting the course.

The JN GB9 features a lightweight sport frame and an adjustable nose bridge for optimal fit. The temples use Megol tips for superior comfort. The temple tip is available in a classic gold or a monza red, making it sleek in design.

A portion of sales from the Jack Nicklaus Signature Eyewear Collection and Golden Bear Sunglasses benefit the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, which was founded in 2004 to help children and their families in the communities where the Nicklaus family has lived and worked for decades. The Foundation’s mission is to provide access to world-class health care for all children and support innovative programs focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of childhood illness.

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