Taylor Made Designs gives away free Oakley sunglasses with new uniform orders

Taylor Made Designs (TMD) is launching a new partnership with Oakley by giving away a free pair of Oakley sunglasses with every order over £500. This offer will be valid for all orders received right up until the end of May 2015, but only for people who have registered at: www.superyachtcrewuniform.com/freeoakleys.

Oakley sunglasses have a reputation for being one of the best brands of sunglasses available. A massive range of frames, all with lens technology, that filter out 100% of the sun’s damaging UV rays as well as unbeatable impact resistance from both high mass and high velocity projectiles combine to make Oakley sunglasses a good choice for any member of crew. Now with the Oakley Custom Programme, sunglasses can become part of a yacht’s uniform, putting the final finishing touch to the traditional uniform.

The programme allows a yacht to select their preference from any combination of frame styles, colours and lens specification and, to really incorporate the sunglasses into the main uniform they can also engrave a personalisation onto the lens including for example, the yacht’s name.

Ed Taylor, managing director of TMD commented, “Matching sunglasses for all the crew won’t be everyone’s cup of tea and that’s fine, there is no minimum order number ordering Oakleys through TMD, but for those yachts that want that extra special personalisation and consistency in the crew’s presentation, the Oakley Custom Programme will be very popular. We are also expecting some clients to order branded Oakleys to have available for guests to use while on board and take away as mementoes.”

The free Oakley promotion will be open to registrations until the end of the year (31st December 2014), but once registered, qualifying orders received up until the end of May 2015 will be eligible for the free sunglasses. Full terms and conditions of the promotion are available at www.superyachtcrewuniform.com/freeoakleys.

With specific uniform requirements for different crew members and a different uniform for different parts of the day, managing the yacht’s uniform supply used to be an unwanted and unnecessary drain on resource. Not only did the yacht have to keep their own records of what items were purchased from where, but there was also the lottery of embroidery or screen-printing and would each supplier be able to personalise the clothing in exactly the same way so that the yacht’s name or motif would look the same. The optional TMD online ordering platform was developed to solve these problems and to allow the yacht to manage the uniform requirements whatever the time of day, from wherever in the world they might be.

TMD sources clothing from all over the world offering an almost limitless supply of uniform options, but no matter where the clothing comes from it is always processed through the TMD production and distribution facility in the UK – a one-stop uniform provider. Every item of clothing is checked by the quality control team and any branding or personalisation is applied by the in-house embroidery and printing machines.

For more information, please contact: Ed Taylor or Daisy Manning at +44 (0)1202 473311 or daisy@taylormadedesigns.co.uk.

For information on Taylor Made Designs, visit www.superyachtcrewuniform.com.

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