Costa Stringer Polarized Sunglasses - Costa 580 Glass Lens

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Costa Stringer Polarized Sunglasses - Costa 580 Glass Lens
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When you're reeling in the big catch, the Costa Del Mar Stringer Polarized Sunglasses fight the glare off the water so you can concentrate on the monster fish at the end of your line. The Stringer fits snug and comfortably concentrating your attention to what's on your line instead of what’s on your head. The Costa 580 glass lenses resist scratches when you haul in your catch-of-the-year and keep you looking good when you make the local paper.
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I have had a pair of the Stringer sunglasses with the blue mirror 580G sunglasses for three years. Overall I love them and actually ordered another pair with the silver mirror lens. When I received them I was disappointed to find out that the silver mirror lenses use an amber base lens as opposed to the gray lens used with the blue mirror lenses. I am now exchanging the silver mirror lenses for the same pair of stringer that I currently have with the blue mirror lens. The only complaint that I have about this particular pair is that after three years of abuse the rubber pads on the nose an ear pieces have started to chip away and fall off. I don't consider this to be a major problem considering the amount of abuse the have seen is probably much greater than typical. The lens are great and hardly show any signs of wear other than a couple of chips from dropping them on concrete repeatedly.

agi4959841 at Backcountry.com on 10/12/2011