Japanese brand Tagai launches its sleek eyewear in the Philippines

Japan’s largest optical chain store Paris Miki Inc. which has more than 800 stores established in Europe, Asia, Australia and the USA, TAGAI launched their newest top-of-the-line eyewear brand offering the best options in driving eyewear to the very meticulous consumers here in the Philippines.

10264848_646265972121843_4261780969420627810_n

The word TAGAI comes from the Japanese character 互 which means “unity”. In Japanese, TAG = fold and AI = love.

The product has been conceptualized based on the corporate philosophy that is founded on the principle of putting customers and their future first. Geared towards providing quality in the products offered to the market and with an assurance of straight-from-the-heart customer service given in excellence up to the point of after-sales, TAGAI’s product development team gives consumers a chance to once and for all get value for their money. Furthermore, a portion of our total sales will be used for charity support funds.

Men and women drivers in the Philippines can now conquer the road not only with assurance in safety and reaching peak performance in driving by wearing TAGAI, the newest driving eyewear created using the latest in polarity technology. It designed to meet standard requirements for eye protection, visual aptitude optimization and performance enhancement for drivers’ especially professional auto racers while ensuring fashion and style, TAGAI’s product development team has been keen in each detail of this great innovation in both sports and casual eyewear.

They put a spotlight on driving eyewear that gives anyone who is active with various day and night activities maximum eye protection, optimized use of visual aptitude and to cap it off, the guarantee of driving in fashion and style.

TAGAI has two (2) frame designs, the TAGAI (α) ALPHA and TAGAI (β) BETA.

And these designs were rationally made based on the two most significant things for its endorser F1 Japanese racer KAMUI KOBAYASHI which are protecting his eyes as the first and seconded by being stylish & trendy.

Name TAGAI (α) ALPHA

TAGAI ALPHA - Tortoise finish - nocturnal lens ideal for night driving.

TAGAI ALPHA – Tortoise finish – nocturnal lens ideal for night driving.

Frame & Temple Colors Black & yellow, Black matte, Tortoise, Blue & black (total of 4 colors)
Lens Classification Day or Diurnal Lens, Night or Nocturnal Lens Other Variation Gold Mirror Diurnal Lens

The versatile designs of the TAGAI α ALPHA collection introduces 12 eyewear masterpieces created to suit a variety of fashion tastes for almost any occasion using four frame designs in meticulously selected color mixes. Each creation in the TAGAI α ALPHA product line represents the underlying corporate principles of TAGAI that revolves in championing quality in every detail involving product development.

Name TAGAI (β) BETA

TAGAI Beta - Sporty Red finish in gold mirror lens

TAGAI Beta – Sporty Red finish in gold mirror lens

Frame & Temple Colors Black matte & red, Grey & black, Red & white, Black & black mat (total of 4 colors)

Lens Classification Day or Diurnal Lens, Night or Nocturnal Lens Other Variation Gold Mirror Diurnal Lens

The dynamic TAGAI (β) BETA collection takes pride in 12 models of uniquely crafted outdoor eyewear in four frame designs to bring out energetic and passionate fashion styles founded on Japan’s technology in producing highly durable and adaptive optical masterpieces.

To know more about the brand visit their website at www.tagai.co or like them on facebook.

For more updates in entertainment and trending news, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, add us to your circle in Google+ and we will keep you posted directly on your social media feeds or Sign up for Manila Republic's daily newsletter.

About Gab Diaz

View all Posts

The person behind Manila Republic. Gabriel Diaz founded Manila Republic in 2011. His passion to write the latest news in showbiz, sports, lifestyle and current events never fails him to give the latest news to his readers.

comments powered by Disqus'
css.php