2011 Buyer's Guide Accessories

Golf equipment isn't just clubs and balls

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Pilla claims that its bulletproof (yes, bulletproof) "Ballistx" lens material is the clearest sports lens on the market. Its light-management system lightens up the putting surface so the user can see and perform with greater accuracy than ever before. Comes in two golf models (Liberty, shown).
pillasport.com | $449/two pair
These premium sunglasses feature a magnetic, interchangeable-lens system, so you'll have great clarity no matter what the weather. Incredibly comfortable, too.
switchvision.com | $169-$249
Weighing just 34 grams, the Slope fits medium to large faces and is made from Grilamid TR-90, a highly flexible nylon. Features hydrophilic rubber nose and ear pieces for a no-slip fit. Comes in 14 different color options, including Pacific Blue (shown). Its GT lens tint features "object illumination," which makes it easier to spot a ball in flight.
tifosioptics.com | $60
Evil Eye Halfrim
Want to incorporate the same equipment that world-class cyclists and Olympic rowers use? Consider Adidas' newest offering, the Evil Eye Halfrim. Features a wide angle of vision and Light Stabilizing Technology that increases contrasts in your vision. With two-way adjustable nose pads and three-way adjustable temples, you're sure to find the perfect fit for your face. Four swappable lens types are available, including polarized.
adidas.com/eyewear | $170
Featuring a techie look and a lightweight yet durable Grilamid TR-90 frame, the FT-IH is semi-rimless so there's nothing between you and the ball. Fits a medium to large head shape, and its Megol rubber nose and ear tips provide secure nonslip retention.
shop.callawaygolf.com | $200
Hard Kore
The lightweight, durable HARD KORE from Kaenon integrates with the natural form of the wearer's head shape while accommodating different facial features. All SR-91 lenses are Rx adaptable and provide your eyes with broad-spectrum protection against 100% of all harmful UVA and UVB rays, offering razor-sharp optical clarity and unsurpassed glare reduction. As seen on PGA Tour pro, Robert Allenby.
kaenon.com | $209-$219

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