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Indiana XC Racing Official Eyewear of Indiana XC Racing

Indiana XC Racing is proud to announce that will be the official eyewear company for both Indiana XC Racing and Team IXCR for the 2008 season. is a highly respected name in eyewear and is heavily involved with other motorsports including Nascar, Toyota Motorsports and various Lucas Oil racing series. commonly known for there eyewear and sunglasses made for man or woman with a “bigger” head also produces there products in normal size eyewear.

Fatheadz PPC Technology utilizes the benefits of "Injected-Polarization". The polarized lenses are designed using proprietary multi-layered polarized film and patented processing technology to deliver unsurpassed distortion free, enhanced vision while maintaining maximum polarized glare reduction. The polarized polycarbonate lenses are manufactured as a "one piece" polarized lens. That is, the polarized film is incorporated into the lens during the injection process. As opposed to the "bent sheet" laminated process used by many sunglass lens manufacturers. An injected polarized lens is a perfect solution from the optical point of view because its surfaces are parallel and the optical ray is not distorted in any way. The result is clearer optics throughout the entire viewing area. The polarized lenses also include one of the industries strongest hard coatings, increasing their durability and scratch resistance.

The lenses block up 99.9% of polarized light and absorb 100% of all UV sunlight.

“Almost everyone at the track wears sunglasses at sometime or another. We are very happy to have a great company like Fatheadz involved with our series and team. It’s great to get more companies involved like them with the sport we all love.” Says Jeff Rowland - Media Director for IXCR.

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