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Kaenon Kronicle: Special Edition Frame Style & World Championship Wins
'Russell Coutts wears sunglasses by Kaenon'
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|NEW PRODUCT: SPECIAL
Legendary waterman Jamie Mitchell
etched his name into history, winning an unprecedented 10th Paddleboard World
Championship. In celebration of his decade of dominance, we’ve introduced the
special edition Hard
Kore JM10, as worn by Jamie during his win. Grab a pair now to see
the swells as well as Jamie.
SURFER OF THE YEAR
Kaenon’s Courtney Conlogue was
recently crowned “Female OC Surfer of the Year” for the fourth year in a row.
Courtney accepted the award, wearing Burnet
White G12, in Huntington Beach, CA during the US Open of Surfing.
Read more about Courtney,
the ceremony and the Open.
|AN ALL-AMERICAN FINAL
In a rare, all-American
final on the International FIVB World Tour, reigning Olympic champion
Todd Rogers, wearing Jetty
Havana G12 battled it out with fellow Kaenon athlete Nick
Lucena, in Hard
Kore Black G12, at the Swatch Open event in Quebec. Although it
guaranteed a Kaenon podium, only one team took home gold. Read
the results on our blog.
|AMERICA’S CUP WORLD SERIES
The America’s Cup World Series is
underway in Cascais, Portugal and top sailors like Cup legend Russell
Coutts, in Klay
Titanium G12, Team New Zealand’s Ray Davies, in
Kore Black C12, and Terry Hutchinson, wearing
Black C12, are benefitting from Kaenon Polarized when reading the
breeze and sea conditions on the exciting new hard-winged catamarans. More
about the ACWS after the jump.
“The U.S. Open is probably the most
grueling tournament anywhere,” explained Aaron Martens, the
2011 BASS Champion. “Mentally and physically this event will push you to your
limits.” Wearing Kore
Black C12, Aaron landed his third US Open title at Lake Mead. Catch
all the latest Kaenon Polarized fishing
|KAENON ON PAR
There’s a reason golfers, like
Pat Perez, wear Kaenon Polarized on the PGA Tour. SR-91
polarized lenses offer the unmatched clarity, color representation and
distortion-free vision that helped Pat, wearing Jetty
Titanium G12, take second at the Reno-Tahoe Open last weekend. More
on the Tour pros of Kaenon Polarized here.
|TEE TO 3
Are Kaenon Polarized sunglasses
good for golf? Of course. Just ask Sophie Gustafson who placed
third at the Women’s British Open wearing Sequence
Gold C12 last week, after a Tour win earlier in the season.
Finishing strong with a final round 68, Sophie read the tricky greens clearly
with our patented SR-91 polarized lenses. Not all polarized lenses are created
|MID-SEASON BASEBALL REPORT
The trade deadline just passed and
the playoffs will be knocking on our door before we know it. More major
leaguers, like reigning American League MVP Josh Hamilton,
hot-hitting Michael Morse and National League Player of the
Month Emilio Bonifacio, are relying on Kaenon Polarized as the
answer to the long-standing question, "What are the best sunglasses for
baseball?" Catch the latest news in our
|SAFE TO THE SUMMIT
Whether on the face of adventurer
Adrian Ballinger at the summit of Mt. Everest, or on the faces
of the Mark and Janelle Smiley as they check off each of the
“50 Classic Climbs of North America,” Kaenon styles like Klay,
Kore keep every set of eyes safe to the very top. See our Outdoor
section on our blog for more on Adrian and the Smileys.
|THUMBS UP IN DOWNIEVILLE
Alex Grant and
Marshall Eames charged down the mountain at the infamous
Downieville Classic. Sporting the Kore Performance line staple, Kore
Black C28, Grant was looking at a first place finish until a flat
slowed his pace just 2 miles from the finish. Did it stop him? Not a chance. See
how the finish unfolded.
||FROM OUR INBOX:
“I'm a golfer and outside quite a
bit, I wore my previous glasses on and off the course. I am so impressed with
these glasses that I gave all my other pairs away to family. The view is crystal
clear, like I have never seen in a pair of sunglasses, it's unreal! The
clarity is matched by no one else, period. When the sun is at it's
brightest they dull down the intense light from the sun, especially when on the
water. Kaenon is the best bar none! I didn't even mention how strong and sturdy
the glasses are, how great the styles are and how many there are to choose from.
Keep making great stuff!” –Jason Williams (via
“Last Sunday, on a morning long
run, I fell on steel grating while wearing my Kaenon Trade
sunglasses. I was sent to the emergency room via ambulance and
sustained 46 stitches to my face alone. My surgeon told me that the
sunglasses most likely saved my eye! Also miraculously they sustained
very few scratches. The sunglasses were my guardian angel! I want everyone to
know that they not only look good but are an important safety precaution...with
style! Thank You Kaenon!" –Linda Miller (via Email)
We’ve made a few upgrades to
Kaenon.com, giving you the opportunity to let the world know what you think
about Kaenon Polarized sunglasses. Click
over to Kaenon.com, select a favorite sunglass style and write a
review. The fit, clarity, where and how you use them, and anything else you want
to include is fair game. Own multiple pairs? We’re not going to stop you at
COTTON'S - SAN JOSE, CA
Mel Cotton's Sporting Goods is San
Jose's longest running specialty sporting goods retailer. They offer a variety
of general sporting goods products and gear for fishing, hunting, camping, and
skiing and snowboarding, featuring the South Bay’s largest selection of
sunglasses. Earning Gold Standard Dealer status, they’ve enjoyed great success
here to find out their secret to success.
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