Revision Military expands with new brand, Revision Outdoor

11/14/18 10:00 AM | by

Revision Outdoor brings new eyewear to hunters and outdoor adventurers. (Photo: Revision Outdoors)

Tactical eyewear connoisseurs Revision Military creates a new outdoor brand dedicated to hunters, anglers and outdoorsy types, announcing Revision Outdoor.

Revision Outdoor brings its parent company’s style and technology to outdoor eyewear enthusiasts with three new styles — the Revision Pursuer, Revision Caller and Revision Seeker. Kicking off the new series is the Revision Pursuer created for high elevation hunts. Following the Pursuer is the Revision Caller dedicated for those on the “water’s edge.” Rounding out the series is the Revision Seeker offering an everyday approach to eyewear.

The eyewear offers four polarized lens tint options with each featuring Revision’s OcuMax AF lens coating that is anti-fog, anti-scratch and smudge resistant. The glasses also meet military ballistic impact requirements. Revision lenses partner with ultra-light frames weighing just over an ounce to bring hunters a comfortable approach to eyewear.

The Revision Pursuer, top left, Revision Caller, top right, and Revision Seeker, bottom, are the first products to launch under the Revision Outdoor brand. (Photo: Revision Outdoors)

“As we talked to members of the hunting community we discovered a need for technical eyewear built for the modern hunter,” Jonathan Blanshay, CEO of Revision, said in a press release. “We set out to fill that need using our military experience and insight from expert hunters and anglers to build the most protective and high-performance eyewear available for use in the extreme outdoors.”

The series delivers three frame colors and three lens options in addition to offering custom prescription lenses. Retailing for $279, the Revision Pursuer, Caller and Seeker ship with a custom retention strap, eyewear pouch with microfiber cloth and protective pro bag in addition to a limited lifetime warranty.

The glasses meet military ballistic impact resistance requirements. (Photo: Revision Outdoors)

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