The NFL is taking a big risk when it comes to its polarized sunglasses, but the NFL is already making it easier for fans to see their team’s uniforms.
The NFL has partnered with Nike to make polarized sunglasses that let fans see the field without a polarized screen.
The new glasses are the first to use the company’s technology.
Nike, which has its own polarizing technology that uses an LED to reflect light, will offer the sunglasses for $200 each through the NFL’s NFL Store on Oct. 11.
The NFL, which already has a $200 Polarized SportBand with polarized screens, will also offer a $60 Polarized SportsBand.
Players will also be able to buy the polarized sunglasses through the league’s store, which will be a hub for all the NFL player sales.
The $60 NFL SportsBand will cost $100, the new Polarized sunglasses are $50 and the $100 Polarized will be $80.
Polarized glasses are expected to help improve eye health and help reduce eye strain.
The technology, however, has been tested in clinical trials in the past, and the NFL said it will monitor its safety.NKE said in a statement the new polarizing glasses are a new addition to the NFL product line.
The company has developed polarizing sunglasses that work with both polarized and flat screens.
It is the first time that the NFL has used a new polarized technology in a product that it sells directly to fans, the statement said.
The NHL has not yet announced the exact price of the glasses, but it said in its statement the glasses are designed to “enjoy the best of both worlds.”
Nike said it has worked with the NFL for years to make glasses that work in both polarized screens and flat-screen TVs.
“Nike’s unique technology will be the cornerstone of our sunglasses,” NFL VP of Marketing Chris Bowers said in the statement.
“It’s an exciting time for our industry and our fans.
We are excited to bring this revolutionary technology to fans in an exciting way.”
The NFL is expected to unveil the glasses at a news conference Oct. 13 at halftime of the New England Patriots-San Francisco 49ers game.