Costa Del Mar Harpoon Sunglasses - Black Frame with Blue Mirror 400G Lens
Best fits a large profile
Ultra-durable nylon frames
Spring hinges keep sunglasses in place
100% polarized lenses
Complete UVA, UVB, and UVC protection
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Product DescriptionFor serious outdoor adventures, you need polarized sunglasses that will stand up to the elements. You just found them! Virtually indestructible, these nylon frames offer the perfect blend of durability, comfort and style. (It's always nice to look good holding a huge trophy fish.) Designed to fit a large profile, Costa Del Mar Harpoon Sunglasses offer spring hinges and a 61mm lens size.
Each pair of Costas features 100% polarized lenses, providing complete UVA, UVB, and UVC protection. Lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Costa 400 Lens
Made for anyone who lives on the water. Designed for adventure and built to perform with superior clarity, contrast, and definition. Durable 400G Lenses are made of LightWAVE glass that's 20% thinner and 22% lighter.
Blue Mirror Lens is made for the open water. Delivers maximum contrast and color in full sun while eliminating glare. Allows a minimal 10% light transmission.
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Q:My son does off-shsore fishing on a weekly basis. He wants a pair of Costa Del Mar sunglasses for Christmas. What would be the best glasses for this type activity?Asked on 12/1/2009 by susan from Longwood, FL
A:You definitely want to go with the deep blue lenses, because they are best on open water, as for the type of lens, the 580 lenses that well sell the the best on the market period. The 400 come in 2nd to the 580's.Answered on 12/4/2009 by Bryant from Tech