SK-X®: OPTICAL SPORTS GOGGLES FOR PERFORMERS
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The SK-X® team
of eyeglass wearers practise their sport with no optical aid
of skiing accidents occur because of poor visual perception
The SK-X® System promises perfect vision for sportspeople
SK-X®: THE INNOVATIVE SYSTEM FOR OPTIMUM VISION AND SPORTING PERFORMANCE
Are you a keen skier, snowboarder, motocross rider or MTB enthusiast who wears eyeglasses? If you refuse to compromise when choosing other equipment for your favourite sport, SK-X® technology is ideal for your needs. We offer a simple solution for eyeglass wearers who want to see clearly when playing sport – through sports goggles with individual prescription values. We apply our wealth of experience in sports eyewear to our solutions.
SK-X® is a pioneer in the field of sports goggles with optical lenses. We took the first steps towards the patented product of today back in 2013.
Sports goggles with SK-X® technology promise wholly new possibilities at a highly advanced technical level.
From experience we know that optimum vision has a positive impact on the performance of sportspeople – which we why we are continually working to optimise our innovative solutions and technology.
28th February 2017 was a decisive day for SK-X®. Having spent years successfully developing our optical ski goggles, we took a chance on the TV show ‘2 Minuten 2 Millionen’.
Bringing Dr. Hans-Peter Haselsteiner on board as an enthusiastic investor was another critical moment in terms of the next steps we have since been able to take in partnership. He instinctively understood what our product is all about, and perceived a corresponding gap in the market. From the outset, both sides were clear that establishing the client base for a new technology would take time and patience. Today, SK-X® products are available from 300 opticians in 11 countries.