Neon is a Tonic for gloomy winter days

Tonic Polarised Eyewear, the new leader in high quality fishing sunglasses, has released a Neon lens specially formulated for bright, reflection-free vision in low-light conditions.

Launched in time for winter – and at the end of daylight saving in several states – Neon is the ideal “winter lens”, available in Tonic’s popular Rush and Shimmer styles.

Neon has been developed by Tonic founder Doug Phillips for sight fishing in shadows, fog and cloud, and for dawn and dusk fishing of all types.

It shares its high-tech optics with all of Tonic’s growing range of lightweight polarised optical glass lenses, and has a unique light copper colour made of four colour filter layers.

Doug Phillips said people were amazed by Neon’s ability to seemingly act as a light source.

Tonic’s new Neon lens, available in the top-selling Rush (top) and Shimmer (above) styles, is the ultimate ‘winter lens’ for low-light fishing.

“People say Neon lenses actually light up what they look at, and yet the coatings also set a new standard for reducing glare and increasing colour separation,” he said.

“Serious anglers love Neon for its ability to give them a clear view of the fish when the ambient light is limited but there’s still glare to be cut through.

“It’s all down to the latest in 21st century Japanese optics, which is what gives Tonic its unbeatable optical performance and all-day comfort.

“Our unique de-centred VistaView lens gives distortion-free viewing at any angle, and our scratch resistant UltraOptic lenses are just 1.8 mm thick, which makes them 30% lighter.

“Combined with our MultiCut full-spectrum anti-reflective coating and lightweight frames, this delivers fatigue-free vision in even the fiercest glare – people can hardly believe their eyes.”

Tonic Polarised Eyewear comes in eight wraparound styles, including Evo and Rush with ClikStrap removable safety strap. RRP AUD$269 (NZ$299) with UltraOptic glass lenses.