Callaway Collection Men’s Sunglasses

Aviator Gun Metal Neox C400-GN

Posted by Robert

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Callaway Collection Sunglasses There's really only one thing more important on the golf course than shooting good rounds, and that is looking cool. Furthermore, it is an art to look cool (especially when you have my golf game).

Nevertheless, if you practice, you can shank a ball into the woods -- then just strike a pose, gaze off with a pouty frown, and adjust your Callaway C400-GN Sunglasses… "Too Cool, Man."

I've always been a big fan of the aviator-style glasses. Tom Cruise in the movie Top Gun made ‘em cool in the '80s, and they are still cool today. These Callaway sunglasses are designed with the golfer in mind.

I love how lightweight these glasses are. Have you ever been looking for your sunglasses while wearing your sunglasses? No, me neither -- that's ridiculous. However, dumb people who do that might do that with these glasses.

Finally, the best thing about these "shades" (besides how cool I look in them) is they have Callaway's patented Neox lens technology. "Neox lenses are engineered to adjust to the decreased depth of field caused by most sunglasses." Thus, you can see your golf ball out of the corner of your eye a lot better than with most sunglasses.

Looking cool on the golf course is paramount, and it will take some work. Make sure you practice on the driving range. When you shank one into the guy in front of you, just adjust your aviators like Maverick from Top Gun would, and say "That's right, Iceman, I am dangerous."

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