Country icon Kenny Chesney, who recently topped the charts with “Til It’s Gone” and the Grammy-nominated multiple week #1 “American Kids” from his brand new Big Revival album, again teams with Costa for another series of limited edition sunglasses to benefit the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA). This year’s five styles arrive just in time for Chesney’s Big Revival 2015 Summer Tour, hitting the road and 23 stadiums before the end of August.
Cut, Caballito and La Mar feature Costa’s incredibly tough co-injected molded nylon frame construction, with hypoallergenic no-slip nose pads and sturdy integral hinge technology. In keeping with the bold, bright vibe from this year’s tour, these limited edition Kenny Chesney Costa sunglass frames are available in mellow yellow, cherry berry and a tri-color fusion technology that creates a tortoise/white/aqua option.
Two metal sunglass styles are also available: the KC named for Chesney’s initials, and Loreto. Both feature optically adjustable no-slip silicone nose pads and integral hinges. Frame colors include choices such as palladium, rose gold and gunmetal with crystal temples.
The Kenny Chesney’s limited edition Costa sunglasses are meant for people who love the outdoors, especially being on the water. Available in the full array of Costa’s 580P™ lens technology, these options selectively filter out harsh yellow and harmful high-energy ultraviolet blue light. By filtering yellow light, they enhance reds, blues and greens and produce better contrast and definition, while reducing glare and eye fatigue. The absorbtion of high-energy blue light also cuts haze, producing greater visual clarity and sharpness.
Each Kenny Chesney’s Costa sunglasses come with a free gift pack that includes a custom hat, cleaning cloth and sunglass case. All the kit’s components feature a unique design with bold colors inspired by the painted school bus featured in Chesney’s “American Kids” video.
A portion of the proceeds generated from the Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses will directly benefit the CCA in their reef restoration and coastal rebuilding efforts. So far, the program has raised more than $119,000 for the CCA.
“Our programs focus on rebuilding vital oyster reefs and marshes to improve water quality and provide critical habitat for finfish and other aquatic creatures,” said Pat Murray, president of the Coastal Conservation Association. “ It is inspiring to see how much we have been able to expand and enhance our coastal restoration efforts, especially along the Gulf Coast, as a result of the partnership between Kenny Chesney and Costa.”
“Our brand was born on the water and lives for the water,” said Al Perkinson, vice president of marketing for Costa. “We work to partner with like minded people, like Kenny, who share our goal to make the oceans a cleaner, more sustainable place for us all to enjoy.”
The limited edition Kenny Chesney Costa sunglasses start in retail at $149, and are available online at www.costadelmar.com.
Photo Credits: Costadelmar.com and Youtube video capture