Spy Optic releases its much anticipated Happy Lens

CARLSBAD, Calif. — SPY® is happier than a unicorn at a ring toss to announce the arrival of the highly anticipated Happy Lens™—SPY’s patent-pending lens technology that not only improves vision and performance, but helps harmonize mind and mood alike.

SPY’s Happy Lens™ lets in the sun’s good rays that promote balance in the body—fostering a positive uplift in mood and alertness—while simultaneously blocking the bad rays. (This is about feeling better.) As an added bonus, it’s also a polarized and color contrast-enhancing lens, giving you the best visual experience possible. (This is about seeing better.)

Available only from your friends at SPY, the Happy Lens™ will be offered in your favorite styles along with several new frames so everyone can look better, see better and feel better. Whether you dig vintage-inspired frames or classic wraps, you’ll be happy when any of these Happy Lens™ sunglasses are riding on your face.

If you’re eyes are ready to smile too, you can now find the Happy Lens™ at your local SPY dealer at www.spyoptic.com/dealers.

To see the entire SPY Happy Lens™ line, go to www.spyoptic.com/happy. For more information about SPY, log-on at www.spyoptic.com, www.facebook.com/spyoptic, Twitter @spyoptic and @spyoptic on Instagram.


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