One thing to buy this week: Revo Zinger sunglasses

Revo sunglasses

Welcome to a new column, where we’ll highlight one notable item that you might consider buying. Whether it’s an article of clothing, an intriguing electronic device, a piece of equipment designed to increase golf’s enjoyment factor — or anything in between — we want to share these items with you simply because they’ve generated a bit of chatter by our water cooler (or on our Slack channel these days). So sit back, scroll down and keep up with the latest gear golf has to offer.

Revo’s high-contrast, glare-reducing lenses are perfect for golf. They were designed by a former NASA employee who wanted to make sunglasses with the same material used to protect satellites from the sun’s powerful rays. Any material good enough for NASA feels like the ultimate way to achieve top-notch sun protection on the course. 

Revo lenses filter out all of the harmful UV, HEV and blue light that you’ll encounter throughout your day, and the evergreen lens colorway amplifies the beauty of the course. Better yet, the lightweight Zinger frame is equipped with a slip-reducing rubber nose pad so they won’t slide down your face when you look down at your ball. 

Zinger Sunglasses

These lightweight, polarized sunglass are flattering on all face shapes. They feature a keyhole bridge and non-slip nose pads for all-day comfort. Revo lens technology improves clarity and prevents glare.

The Zinger silhouette is flattering on any face shape, and not too sporty to limit their use to the golf course alone. You’ll love how they enhance the clarity of your smartphone in the sun, and will likely find yourself grabbing them for all of your sunny summer activities. 

This week, we’ve linked up with the team at Revo to give GOLF readers 25% off their purchase of $139 or more. Use the code GOLF.COM25 at checkout!

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Emily Haas Contributor