Venom mask range grows

Additional style Venom added to line-up

Author: Pat
3rd February 2012
 

The new Atomic Aquatics Venom mask range is extending to include new colour schemes.

To date Atomic of California, USA produces two different masks: the SubFrame and Frameless. The former was available with ARC lenses, a special treatment that provides an ultra clear finish.

But for 2012 the Venom becomes the third bit of headgear in the company line-up.

Previously revealed with striking blue or red stripes, Atomic has now revealed a subtler grey version.

In conception, the Venom mask sits between Frameless and SubFrame. Beneath the moulding sits a reinforced framework, although the faceplate is made from a single piece of glass.

And the new Venom uses a different type to its Atomic cousins. Imported from Germany, it allows more light to penetrate than previously.

You can check out the Atomic Aquatics Venom mask at retailers in the UK now.

 
 
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