Brimz clip and flip eyewear is a revolutionary new eyewear. Brimz is the "Authentic Flip-UP Eyewear of Little League Baseball." WWW.BRIMZ.COM
July 15, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News* Brimz now the authentic licensed flip up eyewear of Little League Baseball and exclusive eyewear of Professional Caddies Association
WIXOM, MI – Brimz Clip and Flip Eyewear – excellent for use in baseball and fishing - was recently seen in the 2005 remake of “Bad News Bears” starring Billy Bob Thornton and is the authentic licensed flip up eyewear of Little League Baseball. The versatile sunglasses are the exclusive eyewear of the Professional Caddies Association. In 2002 Brimz were named Product of the Year by Softball Today Magazine, and are worn by players, coaches and umpires in the American Softball Association (ASA) and the United States Senior Softball Association (USSSA).
Developed in 2001 by businessman and former professional racecar driver, Jeff Morton, Brimz are manufactured in the United States and worn around the world by professional athletes, as well as sports and outdoor enthusiasts. Nearly 400,000 pieces have been sold worldwide in more than seven countries.
Brimz Clip and Flip Eyewear is a revolutionary new type of sports sunglasses with a patented nylon frame designed to clip to the brim of a cap or visor. The shatter and scratch resistant lens surpasses ANSI Z87 safety glass standards and offers 100% UV protection. When not in use, Brimz easily flips up and out of the line of vision. Brimz are available in many colors and retail between $19.99 and $29.99.
“Brimz are excellent for protecting your eyes while playing sports, especially baseball and golf,” says Morton. “They’re also good for fishing as we have a polarized lens available, and just general outdoor use. They’re stylish, protect the eyes and very convenient, as nothing touches the nose or ears like regular sunglasses. We also have styles available with your favorite college team logo.”
Brimz Flip and Clip Eyewear is available by visiting www.brimz.com. For more information about Brimz and interviews with Jeff Morton, please call 248/465-6070.