At the start of the playoffs, team player Ronny Turiaf, who had only just signed with the Heat in March of this year, presented each player with a gift set that included an Activist Eyewear / Alfred Julius bowtie and handkerchief set.
Ronny Turiaf won his first NBA Championship with the Miami Heat on June 21, 2012. He gave the gift set to his fellow players at the start of the playoffs, and as a token of his appreciation for having the opportunity to be on a championship team. The gifts served as symbols of success that the team would soon enjoy with a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder, and that they would win with class and style. Apparently it put the team in the right mind-set as they completed the series in just 5 games. Activist Eyewear wants to congratulate the team for their dedication to hard work and for winning their title in style.
The bowtie is constructed using genuine rip-stop nylon to withstand tearing and harsh conditions, and adorned with a decorative rivet in antique bronze. The microfiber handkerchief is tailored from heavyweight micro-fiber so it's right at home in your breast pocket and perfect for cleaning lenses on your Activist sunglasses. Both materials are extremely quick drying. The matching bowtie & handkerchief set is packaged in a waxed canvas carrying case with a recycled paper band that includes a brief description of the collaboration and a unique hand-stamped serial number. Produced in an extremely limited edition of 50 pieces worldwide.
Activist Eyewear is well known for their fashionable and stylistic eyewear, and especially sunglasses.
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About Activist Eyewear: The Activist Eyewear brand stands for creative change and a life spent exploring the world. Co-founded by creative director Mark Craig and business director Anthony Codispoti, the collection debuted in 2010 with the goal of redefining high-performance sunglasses. They introduced new technologies, such as their signature Split-FitTM temple design and ActiVIZmTM Polarized Lenses, and melded them with elements of classic style for a totally new crossover product.
The entire line is designed in Brooklyn & Crafted in Japan from ultra-premium materials such as Beta-titanium, surgical stainless steel, high-density rubber and other co-molded resins. Plus, every frame is produced in a single edition of 718 or 347 pieces per colorway (in honor of their hometown area codes), with the unique serial number laser etched on the inside of the temple & hand stamped on the outer packaging.