Super Bowl 50: Cam Newton wears Under Armour Football Visor

Friday, February 5, 2016

Super Bowl 50: Cam Newton wears Under Armour Football Visor
NFL quarterback Cam Newton will be wearing an Under Armour Visor at Super Bowl 50.
Newton has been wearing an Under Armour Visor since his start with the Tigers at Auburn University in 2010. Of his mounting accomplishments, Newton was awarded the Heisman Trophy, won a national championship, and became the first overall pick in an NFL draft all in a one-year span. He was also named the 2011 NFL Rookie of the Year, is a 3 time Pro Bowler, and was named to the NFL All Pro First Team in 2015.

The company Eyeking is making the  Under Armour Visor. Craig Fels, Eyeking's Chief Operating Officer says, "It has been our pleasure to cheer on this great athlete throughout his illustrious career. We look forward to celebrating his continued success on the field, and seeing him in our Under Armour Visor at the 50th Anniversary of the Super Bowl."
The Under Armour Visors feature distortion free ArmourSight lens material with anti-fog and anti-scratch coatings. All Under Armour Visors are held securely and safely through Under Armour patented quick-release clips that can be changed without the use of tools. The visors have an ANSI Z87.1 impact protection. The  Under Armour Visors retail for $50.
Cam Newton is not the only NFL player using Under Armour Football Visor, but he will be in the focus this weekend as he faces off with Peyton Manning.
Super Bowl 50 will take place on February 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, at the Levi's Stadium. The stadium is the home of the home of the San Francisco 49ers. Super Bowl 50 will be topping all previous Super Bowl's because of the anniversary.
Marketers are flocking to Super Bowl 50 and it will be a huge TV event. Read our Super Bowl 50 Facts to learn everything important about Super Bowl 50. Find out how to stream the Super Bowl 50 online. Read the latest Super Bowl 50 News.

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