Some people bleed saltwater. These are their sunglasses. These beauties are true high-performance equipment, using integral hinges, HyrdroliteTM temples and co-injected, cold-molding technology to deliver comfort and fit that lets you focus on dragging fish into the boat.
|Frame Width:||124 mm|
|Lens Height:||31 mm|
|Lens Width:||47 mm|
|Temple Length:||111 mm|
|Costa Brine 580 Mirror Glass||$159.00 - $239.00|
|Costa Brine 400 Mirror Glass||$189.00|
Costa Del Mar sunglasses are very well known in the fishing world, where their ability to cut glare and be worn all day long are essential. I rarely use my Costas for fishing, but like them for the same properties. These are great sunglasses for driving, to work or on 18 hour roadtrips.Recently wore mine from San Antonio, TX to Vail, CO, without ever having to remove them due to discomfort. Very light.
I have worn these skiing as well , and they did a great job on the snow(though I prefer using goggles...).
My first pair was stolen by the mean Gulf of Mexico (despite wearing croakies to keep them around my neck... Dont ask...), but have had my second pair for over two years now. No scratches on the lenses, no wear/tear. I have the expensive glass lens model (thank you, Ms. Girlfriend), which I believe have a tendency to repel lens scratches a bit better than the polycarbonate.
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I bought a pair of these and really like them, great quality. I returned them because they were a little to narrow for my face. I am going to replace them with a pair of Costa Harpoons.