Clay Shooting Magazine is bringing you a snippet of some of the hottest products to hit the market this month.
Evolution Eyewear introduced the new Evolution Velocity shooting glasses set at the Game Fair. It comes with four interchangeable lenses in grey, orange, purple and yellow.
The lenses are made from optical grade polycarbonate with full impact protection complying with EN166, as well as providing maximum UV protection. They have hydrophobic and oleophobic coatings that repel water, dust, oil, fingerprint smudges and dirt, plus an anti-scratch coating.
The frame is lightweight and durable, and when you’re wearing the glasses the top of the frame does not obscure vision. Additional features include adjustable nose pads and cam hinges to the temples. Lens changing is quick and simple.
The set also includes a cleaning cloth, soft carry pouch and hard case for £59.95.
For more information contact Evolution Eyewear on 01256 533955 or see www.evolutionsunglasses.com.
Le Chameau, known for their handmade rubber boots, have launched their own brand of upmarket country clothing. The luxurious range includes shooting jackets, vests, gilets, breeks, trousers, shirts, caps and scarves in a tasteful, earthy colour palette.
Le Chameau’s David Robinson said that the company has spent two years developing the clothing range, which blends technology with unique and creative design to produce “a product that the countryside has not yet seen.”
For more information see www.lechameau.com
AimCam have launched a new improved model of their popular camera glasses, which record the view through your aiming eye with a realistic human eye field of view.
The new AimCam Pro2i has a Sony 8 megapixel microcamera built into a functional and robust pair of shooting glasses with interchangeable lenses, and can be set up for shooters who use prescription lenses.
It has a vibration feedback system so you know when the glasses are switched on and recording. It can live stream the video via wifi to an iPhone or Android device, as well as recording onto a micro SD card.
The AimCam Pro2i kit is distributed by Edgar Brother and is priced at £299.99.