The Haber MXT and MXT Eliminator™ Goggle Line.

For Immediate Release
April 12, 2009 Golden, Colorado.

HaberVision introduces the new MXT line of Powersports goggles available in both regular and Eliminator™ equipped versions.

MXT goggle frames are constructed of Protex™ Haber’s polymer frame material that is both resilient and tough making it the perfect choice for Powersports enthusiasts. The lenses are polycarbonate, long known as an industry standard for impact resistance. The frames are fitted with a three layer sweat absorbing foam designed to keep moisture at bay and comfort and vision intact.

MXT goggles are designed to fit comfortably in a wide variety of helmets including both adult and youth helmets and are currently available in three colors; Pearl, White w/ black and White w/ blue.

MXT goggles are also available fitted with Haber’s unique fan module called the Eliminator which features Haber’s “Automated No-Fog Fan Technology”. This pairing affords the user with a fully functional goggle as well as an integrated fan module that increases the goggles fog fighting capabilities.

MXT goggles are $35.00 and the MXT with Eliminator is $80.00 and are available online only at Customers purchasing through the HaberVision website save up to 50% over comparably configured goggles from competitors. Replacement lenses and tear-offs are also available on the companies website.

HaberVision is headquartered in Golden, Colorado. Founded by Steve Haber, the developer of the Bolle’ brand, Haber products are rigorously tested in the field. All HaberVision products combine the latest in light management systems and coatings with lens and frame materials designed to maximize performance and comfort. HaberVision is an online only retailer and all products are sold exclusively through the company’s website, at savings of up to 50% or more.

32 eyewear products are now available (5 goggles and 28 sunglasses) in a variety of styles.

Please call HaberVision for more information: 303.459.2220 or email: [email protected]

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