Wiley X named official eyewear for classic angling events

Wiley X, a global leader in protective eyewear, has become the official eyewear sponsor for three prestigious angling events: the Sea Angling Classic, World Carp Classic, and World Predator Classic.

This collaboration underscores Wiley X’s commitment to providing high-quality eyewear solutions tailored to the needs of anglers worldwide.
Known for its dedication to protection and innovation, Wiley X’s eyewear range is said to offer anglers unparalleled clarity, durability, and vision enhancement, ensuring optimal performance in various fishing conditions.
Jes Damgaard Lund, marketing manager at Wiley X, said: “We are thrilled to be the official eyewear partner for these awesome events! For us, protection is key and what we have built our brand around.

“We are known for the extraordinary quality of our polarised lenses and our colour enhancing lens technology and, paired with our uncompromising, protective design, we know that we deliver one of the best options for any angler, who won’t compromise when it comes to their gear!”
Events founder and managing director Ross Honey added: “The Sea Angling Classic, World Carp Classic and World Predator Classic are esteemed tournaments that attract top anglers from around the globe.

“With Wiley X on board as the official eyewear partner, participants can expect top-notch eye protection and performance-enhancing optics, empowering them to focus solely on the competition.”
Wiley X's eyewear is renowned for its EN.166 certified. impact resistance, meeting stringent safety standards while delivering unmatched comfort and style. Its polarised lenses reduce glare and provide exceptional clarity, essential for anglers seeking an edge in various fishing environments.
As part of this partnership, Wiley X will also engage with attendees through various activities, showcasing their latest eyewear innovations and providing insights on the importance of eye protection in angling.



Ross Honey (centre) wearing Wiley X sunglasses during the Sea Angling Classic.