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From Bushnell . . .

Bushnell, an industry leader in performance optics, announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Mirage Occhiali, one of the leading sunglass design and manufacturing houses in Italy, to produce their new Performance Eyewear Collection. The new collection offers outdoor enthusiasts of all passions high quality eyewear that provides enhanced clarity, maximum comfort, and a distinct, ergonomic design to elevate their next outdoor experience.

Mirage, a “family business [turned] global provider” brings “design originality, industrial expertise, and creativity” to the new Bushnell collection. This mutually beneficial partnership between the two brands allows Bushnell to expand into the Performance Eyewear sector with the highest quality of optics, and in conjunction it allows Mirage to use its capabilities to provide the highest quality technical products to performance-driven customers.

Bushnell Performance Eyewear helps outdoorsman perform at the highest caliber for sports such as hunting, shooting, and fishing. The new collection was built to help hunters, hikers, competitors, and anyone else in the outdoors, see like they have never seen before. The collection includes a wide range of optic technologies from the utilization of blue light filtration and MIR polycarbonate lenses to polarization and photochromic technologies. Featuring styles that range from 6 to 8 base shields, Bushnell Performance Eyewear gives you optimal peripheral vision with zero interference.

With a plethora of lens hues from brown/gold and yellow/rose to grey/silver and blue/green, the Bushnell collection has been designed to protect wearers from the sun, water, wind, and debris keeping them safe from impacts and temperatures while remaining durable and easy to use. Chemical and solvent resistant, Bushnell eyewear is exceptionally lightweight and highly flexible. Sunglasses have megol rubber temple end pieces, tips and nose pads, and moisture-absorbing properties, allowing for a no-slip-grip with a no-wear feel. This perfect fit doesn’t let anything get in the way, even in the most intense and in high sweat activities.

Working to serve the outdoor enthusiast since 1948, Bushnell has entered this category as a part of the company’s mission to enhance experience through purpose-built products. Starting at $99, the Bushnell Performance Eyewear Collection is launching with 10 new styles available for immediate delivery within 90 days. For more information, please visit

Bushnell is always seeking quality partners to represent the Bushnell lifestyle in new product categories. Please contact Jason Brodbeck at with inquiries.


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    • It seems that 99% of all non-prescription glasses and frames are manufactured by an interlocking monopoly of companies in Italy. That’s big business, folks.

  1. Bad on Bushnell………..notice that they say they have polycarbonate lenses, but not which glasses have them, and not the level of shatter protection they provide. Cheap crap with a big markup and no safety documentation.

  2. Not impressed. Every single set they offer has polarized lens. I’m a pilot, I don’t like nor use those types of lenses nor does any other pilot I’ve ever heard of. Even not flying I don’t like them. I bought a pair of Serengeti’s and didn’t notice until I got down street that they were polarized. Took them back instantly.

    Everyone wants to get on the sunglasses train…you know why? Big profits. Sunglasses are high markup items.

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