Any fisherman, or anyone really, in their right mind would do well to follow Chris Fischer's lead and make sure their next trip off the coast includes Costa's Fisch Mossy Oak Camo Polarized Sunglasses. Hydrolite temple and nose pads keep these extra large shades locked to your head in three foot chop and gale force breezes, while the Costa 580 polycarbonate lenses demolish off-axis light waves to penetrate deep into the water. When winter swings around, this pair can pull double duty, cutting driving glare and enhancing contrast in flat, overcast light on the slopes. A nylon frame reduces the pair's weight while making them surprisingly impact-resistant in any activity.
The Costa 580 polycarbonate technology reaches far beyond the bounds of mere polarization. By blocking yellow light at exactly 580 nanometers, the lens relieves eye strain while enhancing color, improving your overall comfort. Crystal clarity is achieved by the hindrance of shortwave, high-energy blue light, cutting haze and blur like you've never seen in sunglasses. Because a long day outside usually means a hefty helping of sun exposure, Costa ensured these polycarbonate lens to be 100% UV-blocking and polarized, virtually eliminating reflected glare of any kind.
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