MAKO, Australia’s leading polarised eyewear company, has begun the launch of its much-anticipated summer 18/19 range.
The first release is the women’s model – Mako Islands. This sunglass carries all the characteristics Mako is known for such as comfort, clarity and contrast.
It is the first all-glass polarised lens model for women in the range.
The Mako Islands frame is made with an injected acetate front, which therefore retains its shape, and acetate temples that have metal temple cores to allow individual adjustment. The acetate material also allows colours to be added to the frame, delivering a fashionable and classy look to the sunglasses. There are two frame options – one features a purple front with purple temples and the other is a black front with tortoise shell temples.
Two lens options are initially available. The first being the very popular G1HR6 from Italy, which is a brown lens base with a blue mirror and perfect for offshore, rock and estuary fishing as well as all sports. The brown is comfortable to wear for long periods and allows the wearer to identify objects in the water effectively.
The second is the new rose graduated lens (G2SV8) from Japan. This lens has a rose colour base that is graduated from darker at the top to lighter at the bottom, ideal for driving and any outdoor sports.
If you want to know more about the lens options, please visit makoeyewear.com.au