Seeing is Believing with the Coldest Journey

The “Coldest Journey on Earth” has just been announced and after being secretly planned for the past four years.  A team of explorers, lead by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, the world’s greatest living explorer as described by Guinness World Record’s , are making the first attempt to cross the Antarctica continent during the winter months.

This is one of the last great journeys remaining on our planet and in the harshest of conditions, including a lack of oxygen (similar to 12,400 feet above) and minus 112° farhenheit.   Special vehicles and equipment with the latest technology have been developed for the team.

 “HaberVision is a proud sponsor and eager to follow them as they start their trip on December 6th.    We are providing the team with the most advanced fog free goggles for a clearer vision as they explorer and travel in this extreme environment.”, Jani Shoemaker, VP of Sales and Marketing.  “We wish all of them a safe trip and success in breaking the next world record.”

The Coldest Journey and HaberVision are raising funds for “Seeing is Believing”, an international initiative that is tackling avoidable blindness.  A percentage of all proceeds purchased at with Affinity Member Code SEEING will be donated to this important charity.

The team is scheduled to begin their journey leaving the UK by ship on Dec. 6th  and from Antarctica on March 21, 2013.


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