Costa Permit Sunglasses with Costa 580 Plastic Lenses

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Costa Permit Sunglasses with Costa 580 Plastic Lenses
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Throw on the Costa Del Mar Permit Polarized Sunglasses, jump in your boat, and head out to find your record-breaker. The polarized Costa 580 lenses resist scratches and enhance clarity without feeling heavy, while the stainless-steel hinges scoff at saltwater spray and keep the glasses on your face when you’re setting your lines. Three beveled slots on each side of the frame keep the Permit shades from fogging up when you’re pulling so you can see trophy come over the stern.

You might have gallons of brine in your face and 600 pounds on your hook, but these glasses still won’t slip. The Hydrolite® co-injected lining takes care of that, and the flexible frame means serious comfort. Blackfin pushes the edge in sunglass performance—so you can push it everywhere else.

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Costa Permit Sunglasses with Costa 580 Plastic Lenses Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I've had these shades for almost a year and sometimes I forget what the world looks like without them on. They are comfy and they fit my big head perfectly. The polarized lens really help in many situations, such as fishing on a lake, stream, or ocean. They even help when driving into the sun. I like the 580 lens over the 450 lens. I've had both. Buy these glasses or any costa del mar sun glasses if you want a quality pair that will last a very long time.

Brandon Patrum at on 01/31/2011

Negative Reviews:

Bought a pair of Cost Del Mar sunglasses with 400 polarized glass lenses. The literature speaks of how a steel ball is dropped ten times from over four feet and the lens will not be damaged. My experience with the new glasses is I dropped them on the kitchen floor from less than four feet and they shattered. I am just glad they were not on my face when that happened. I sent them in and they would not warranty. replacement of lens was quoted more than price of glasses new. I have had five pairs of Maui Jims, many revo's etc. This has never happened when they were dropped. No thanks Costa.
Pismo Beach CA.

Curt Smario at on 03/28/2012

I bought a pair of Costa Permit 580 lenses ( blue mirror), In the store they felt great. Fishing with them is another story. Dont let the vents fool you, they still fog up very easy especially in South Florida where I live and fish. Dont get me wrong they are one of the best looking pairs of Costas, but they are heavy and they deffinitly do fog up, I have to constanly pull them away from my face to let the fog clear. I would reccomend them in the winter time but in the summer they are very irritating...

Bill D. at on 08/21/2011