Tonic goes high fashion with new styles

Tonic Polarised Eyewear, the new leader in high quality fishing sunglasses, has added two new high-fashion frame styles to its range of high-performance sunglasses.
The new Torquay and Cove styles are on sale now at Tonic’s 200-plus retailers throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Tonic founder Doug Phillips said the new styles were designed to broaden the appeal of the range beyond the dedicated anglers who have already taken Tonic to their hearts.
“There are thousands of people who love their Tonics for fishing, but Cove and Torquay bring our 21st century optical technology to a more fashion-conscious customer,” he said.
“For people who want all the Tonic performance, but prefer a more cosmopolitan style, these are our first models specifically styled to suit their tastes.
“They are available with the same range of lens options as our other styles, including grey and photochromic copper in Tonic’s UltraOptic lightweight glass lenses.
“Our high-tech lenses are just as perfect for driving or sight-seeing as for fishing, because they give such a clear and glare-free view of the world.”
All Tonic models incorporate the latest Japanese optical technology, including unique de-centred VistaView lenses for distortion-free viewing at any angle.
Tonic’s scratch resistant UltraOptic glass lenses are just 1.8 mm thick, making them 30% lighter than regular glass, and have MultiCut full-spectrum anti-reflective coatings.
Tonic Polarised Eyewear comes in eight wraparound styles, including Evo and Rush with ClikStrap removable safety strap. RRP AUD$259 (NZ$299) with UltraOptic glass lenses.
See the full range and find your nearest Tonic retailer at
More information:
Doug Phillips
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
+61 3 9761 7002
+61 466 112 681
Media inquiries & images:
Greg Shoemark
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
+61 3 9898 5570
+61 412 316 928
Go to top
JSN Boot template designed by