Take a look at these ten sunglasses we recommend before the summer’s through.
We all need sunglasses, especially those of us who spend a lot of our summers fishing. Even hunters, if they’re out on a sunny ay, can see the advantages of a good pair of shades.
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See the choices we’ve picked from some top retailers, and get yourself a pair of vision-protecting sunglasses that look pretty dang cool, too.
View the slideshow to see the ten pairs, and click on the links to view more on the items.
Smart anglers know Costa, as they’ve developed a heck of a reputation for their high performing eyewear. These Permit 400G shades are extra comfortable and still durable, with the advanced lightweight mirrored lenses that put Costa on the map. There are even temple vent holes to avoid fogging up. They thought of nearly everything. Price: $199
If you’re going to wear Oakleys, you might as well wear the King’s Camo Signature Series Gascan® Sunglasses. The Gascan’s unique shape is held up with two lenses cut from one curved piece of lens shield. The lens material, Plutonite, eliminates UVA/UVB/UVC and blue light utterly and completely. Price: $120
The Blackfin sunglasses from Costa repel water and keep grimy fingerprints, streaky oils and other rubbish from sticking to the lens. The clarity almost can’t be matched, with the glare- and yellow light-eliminating capabilities. Sale Price: $169 and up
For some really awesome clarity, go with the Costa® Fantail 400G, another great choice from Costa. Count on 100% polarization and glare protection, perfect for peering into the depths when you’re fishing for keepers. Price: $199
The Oakley® Fuel Cell™ Sunglasses have a transparent or all black look, and feature some tremendous optical precision and impact resistance. Great for bouncing on waves or wading through slippery sections of rocks, because they’ll take a few reasonable drops. Price: $110
Ray-Ban’s RB3183 Polarized Sunglasses have the technological features to eliminate reflected glare, which in turn reduces eye strain, enhances color, and optimizes depth perception. The polycarbonate lenses use crystalized filters to help reduce the elements that mess with our vision in bright sunlight. If you can’t trust Ray-Ban, who can you trust? Price: $165
Check out the Wiley X P-17 Polarized Sunglasses for a pair of shades filtered in eight-layers of vision-protecting technology. You’ll get a strap and leash cord to make sure they stay where they’re supposed to. Price: $130
This pair of Native Eyewear Wazee™ Polarized Sunglasses are made for outdoor freaks, and not just because of their Polarized Crystal Carbonate lenses. They’re glare free, have some incredible comfort in mind, and their lightweight construction doesn’t seem like is should hold up as good as it does. Price: $89 and up
One last pair from Costa, these Fathom® Polarized Sunglasses are scratch resistant and polarized to battle the glare. An anti-reflective and water repellant coating takes care of the elements. Price: $159 and up