Shooting eyewear is an essential part of any shooter’s list of minimum equipment. Bushnell introduced their new lineup of Performance Eyewear last summer and this year they’ve got a whole new lineup for spring and summer 2022 that will keep your eyes both protected and comfortable in the harsh summer light. Like previous offerings of Bushnell Performance eyewear, these new Spring/Summer 2022 offerings are made through a licensing agreement with the Italian sunglasses manufacturer Mirage Occhali.
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New Bushnell Performance Eyewear for Spring/Summer 2022
The full Bushnell Performance Eyewear Spring/Summer 2022 collection includes the Pro Ultra Falcon, Harrier, Harrier Mini, Pro Moose, Pro Griffon, Pro Accipiter, Pro Osprey, Pro Vulture, Pro Caribou, Pro Buffalo, and Pro Bobcat sunglasses. All of the sunglasses in this 2022 collection feature Bushnell’s ultra-light polycarbonate UV and HEV filtered lenses, high mass velocity impact safety standards, and Megol rubber nose pads that have moisture-absorbing properties and allow for a no-slip-grip. Each set of sunglasses from this collection is 100% produced in Italy by Mirage Occhali.
I’ve trusted Bushnell optics for many years hunting around the world,” said Michael Waddell, host of television shows Bone Collector & Realtree Roadtrips. “If anyone knows anything about lenses, clarity, durability, and comfort, it’s Bushnell. It’s about time that they offer performance eyewear. I absolutely love my sunglasses, and I think you will too.
Bushnell will officially be offering their Spring/Summer 2022 Performance Eyewear lineup through Amazon via their official Amazon store page. Pricing on the new Bushnell performance eyewear lineup starts at around $129 for each set of lenses with all color variations and models currently in stock and shipping either with or without a prime account. Let us know if you’ve ever used any of Busnell’s/Mirage Occhali’s performance eyewear and let us know what you think of them down in the comments.