Posted by Jackie Stoesser // Jun 01, 2018

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Revant Optics S2L Sunglasses: maximum view of the action

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Revant Optics just launched their first line of eyewear this summer and I am already one of their biggest fans. We put the new glasses to the test this spring in Sedona, AZ, and out of the three frame styles currently available, the S2L shield-style glasses quickly became my favorite.

100 degree days filled with gnarly climbs and wild descents don’t often end with a new favorite pair of sunglasses, but the ultra-lightweight frame, grippy arms and nose holds, and nearly indestructible construction kept the S2L’s snug and comfortable on my face for hours. Revant Optics has specialized in creating premium replacement sunglass lenses for years, so of course the lenses are optically perfect and can be swapped out for a new tint and seconds. But to me, the most important thing about sunglasses is finding a pair that doesn’t fog up and these lenses stay crystal clear no matter the temperature change.Plus, they look bad a** with the full one-piece lens design, which compared to Revant’s S1L separate lenses offers a maximum field of view.

Jackie Stoesser
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Jackie Stoesser

Jackie joined HayterComm in 2014, bringing with her a remarkable passion for the outdoor and travel industry. Raised in North Lake Tahoe among the peaks of the Sierra Nevada and the throngs of tourists from around the world, she grew up with an innate understanding of how gear, technology, and communication impacts our experience in the great outdoors. With seven years of experience managing the media relations and public perception of global brands targeting the active lifestyle consumer, Jackie is our media relations maven for all things skiing, backpacking, cycling, and destination. While media relations are her mastery, Jackie is also our in-house event guru with an inspiring track record of planning and executing experiential events for both media and consumers. When she’s not on the clock, you can find Jackie and her Australian Shepherd, Augie Doggie, in a constant state of wanderlust via foot, bicycle, skin track, or Subaru Outback.