The Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade Show (SHOT Show®) and Conference Takes Place January 19-22 in Las Vegas- See them at booth #1225
Randolph, Massachusetts- RE Ranger will debut its newest products at this year’s SHOT Show taking place at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV on January 19-22, 2016.
After countless hours of field testing and scientific optical research, RE RANGER will introduce two new revolutionary lenses, MAX-Light and Modified Brown, as well as innovative engineering updates to the Falcon Sport and Falcon PRO frames. MAX-Light and Modified Brown both feature RE RANGER NexPC™ high-impact lens technology. Providing safety in all lenses, the technology has five to six times more impact resistance than standard polycarbonate and intrinsic material properties that flex to absorb the force of potential projectiles.
The new MAX-Light lens will improve performance in low light or night shooting under fluorescent lights. The yellow, orange and vermillion properties in this NexPC™ high-impact lens uniquely combine to both enhance contrast and sharpen target definition in low light conditions. Meanwhile, the Modified Brown lens assists the shooter in open sky areas and bright backgrounds. This NexPC™ lens is the unique combination of target orange and sunglass brown, providing a consistently defined target under the full sun. The Modified Brown and MAX-Light lenses are available between $69.00 and $99.00.
Two re-engineered frames, the Falcon Sport and Falcon Pro 2.0, will also be introduced at this month’s show. Each frame offers improved function, fit and field of view. Both offer new aerodynamic stylish lens shapes to cover a larger area of the shooter’s face while creating a larger field of view. The custom-designed minimalist nose piece allows for a better field of view with virtually zero visual obstruction while new air-filled silicone nose pads compress and expand when needed, to provide added comfort and custom fit to the shooter.
The innovative design of the 2016 Falcon Sport arms the shooter with a larger field of view, less visual distractions through the nose-bridge, greater adjustability, ventilation control and an unmatched comfort.
The Falcon Pro 2.0 maintains the great qualities of the Falcon Pro, plus more. The frame is painted with RE RANGER’s CombatCoat, a durable ceramic coating used in the firearm industry, making it able to handle virtually all weather conditions. The durable and resilient ceramic coatings surpass abrasion and wear testing, corrosion and chemical resistance.
Shooters have the choice of sizes of 64mm or 72mm in the new frames. Consumers can purchase the 2016 Falcon Sport for $239.00 and the Falcon Pro 2.0 for $229.00.
“We are excited to present our new products at this year’s Shot Show. After hours of consultation with our professional shooters, optical experts and customer base and conducting countless field tests, we are confident that our new products provide the shooter with the competitive edge they expect when using RE RANGER products,” stated Sarah Waszkiewicz, general manager of RE Ranger. “These advancements in our lenses and frames make our products the perfect choice for any shooter.”
The new RE Ranger products will be on display at Randolph Engineering’s booth located at #1225 as well as in the show’s New Product Center.
To purchase the new frames after the show, please visit www.reranger.com or authorized RE RANGER retailers. Each RE RANGER Kit comes with a case, cleaning cloth, and microfiber lens bag as well as Randolph’s lifetime warranty.
ABOUT RE RANGER
The RE Ranger line offers the best quality shooting glasses for trap, skeet, and clay shooting. The quality frames, worn by top Olympic shooters, not only protect the shooter’s eyes but elevate their performance by offering enhanced definition and optical clarity and comfort. Parent company Randolph Engineering, manufacturing in the USA since 1972, is famed for its extreme durability and classic styles. Its sunglasses, optical frames and sport shooting eyewear come with a lifetime warranty on the solder joints. As a further testament to their quality, Randolph proudly continues to supply sunglasses to the U.S. Military and Air Forces worldwide, as they have for over 30 years.
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