About Our Eyewear

What makes Sundog and Wrapz Eyewear so good for sport?
Sundog and Wrapz glasses feature some of the most advanced technology for sporting eyewear.

The lens is the crucial part using a polycarbonate material it is 100% distortion free and blocks out 100% of both UVA , UVB and UV400.

The shape of the frames are designed by sports people for sports people and every style has an 8 to 10 base curve. This is the shape as it wraps around your face. To understand this you need to know that your eye has an 8 to 9.5 base curve shape. Sundog and Wrapz mirror this in their distortion free glasses to offer the highest possible wind protection without compromising on style. With the addition of advanced materials such Ultraflex TR90 Frames, TR90 Flex and Rilsan Frames and Nickle Free coated metal frames it makes for a superb eyewear solution.

What does all this technology really mean to me on the Golf course or sporting arena?
This all adds up to a pair of sunglasses that are designed to not only look good but give you the ability to wear them with confidence for long periods of time. One of the most neglected areas of our body is the eyes. We cover up against the sun with hats and sun block yet leave our eyes exposed. This is often because sunglasses distort vision or become uncomfortable after an extended period of wear. Sundog and Wrapz correct both of these issues by giving a comfortable, lightweight, frame with distortion free lenses that have a high contrast. This important feature means that when you are on the green you get to see every contour in detail. You can play a whole round without having to take your glasses off. In addition, because the lenses are distortion free your eyes are not constantly trying to correct distorted views. This reduces headaches often found with lesser quality sunglasses.

Equally important is the 8 to 10 base curve wrap which cuts down wind interference. Cyclist, sailors and skiers in particular are prone to this. However most golfers, especially those who who play on links courses when wind levels are higher have experienced sand blowing back into their eyes when clearing from a bunker. This can often ruin a complete days golf.

By having a protection around the eyes you can avoid this.