Fox sunglasses are part of the Fox brand. They are the leading company in motocross apparel. Read this article which is an overview of the company and some of the glasses they sell.
Geoff Fox founded Fox Head Inc. in 1974. The brand developed by building on providing riders with performance, protection and freedom of movement. Fox eyewear is all about research development and fine tuning of their products. The Fox brand The Fox brand is the best selling brand of motocross apparel. Their eyewear is developed alongside Oakley, an eyewear company. Oakley’s High Definition Optics gives the best clarity and best polarisation. Plutonite lenses and iridium coatings mean that the consumer is buying some of the best sunglasses engineering in the world. Oakley also inspires the frames. The O Matter frames allow for durability and flexibility, which means that your eye safety is secure.
Fox Sunglasses compete with the likes of Roxy when it comes to sporty eyewear. Here is a selection of Fox sunglasses. (All prices correct on 8th August 2011 on Foxhead.com). The Confab eyewear ($110) This ladies frame is stylish and could be incorporated into the sixties trend that is going to be big in Autumn 2011. The frame is lightweight o matter and has integrated hinges. The Fox Head logo is on the arm of the frame. The lenses are Plutonite 6 Base lenses and also feature high definition optics. Fox Head offer different gradients for the lenses and they are 100% UVA, UBV and UVC protected. The Decorum eyewear ($130) The Decorum range comes in five different styles. They are suited for both males and females. They have a Rayban feel to them which makes them appear up-to-date. Once again, these frames are lightweight on matter frames and they feature a five barrel stainless optical grade hinge. There is a screwed in metal Fox Head logo on the arm. The lenses are plutonite six base lenses and feature high definition optics. Different gradients and iridium lenses are available. The lenses are UVA, UVB and UVC protected. The Duncan eyewear ($90-$170) These lenses are part of the polarised section of Fox Head. The frames come in 11 different shades. These frames are more of a rectangular shape, so they may not suit everyone. The frames are made from lightweight matter and feature five barrel stainless optical grade hinges. On the side of the arm, there is a screwed in metal Fox Head logo. The lenses use plutonite shield lens technology as well as high definition optics. Gradient, polarised and iridium lens options are available. The lenses are UVA, UVB and UVC protected.