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Costa Del Mar Tag Sunglasses - Black Frame with Blue Mirror 400G Lens

Item # 729769
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Key Features

  • Ultra-durable nylon frames

  • Flexible integral hinges

  • 100% polarized lenses

  • Complete UVA, UVB, and UVC protection

  • Tag Sunglasses best fit a Large profile


Our Price   $199.00

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Product Description
costa_del_mar Perfect for smaller faces, the Costa Del Mar Tag Sunglasses walk the line between sport and style by featuring the best of both. Constructed of durable nylon material, these co-molded frames boast integral hinges to keep the sunglasses steady and in place even when the wind's blowing.

Every pair of Costas features 100% polarized lenses, providing complete UVA, UVB, and UVC protection. Lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

FEATURES:
• Lens Size: 61mm / 39mm
• Temple Length: 115mm
• Bridge/DBL: 20mm / 19mm
• Base Curve: 8 base
• Best fits a Large profile
• Rx-able

Costa 400 Lens
Designed for adventure and built to perform with amazing clarity and durability. The 400G lens is made of LightWAVE glass that's 20% thinner and 22% lighter.

Green Mirror Lens - Offers advanced visual acuity. Perfect for fishing inshore flats, rivers, and streams.

Blue Mirror Lens - Delivers superior contrast and color in full sun while eliminating glare. Perfect for open water activities.
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Specifications
Frame Style Oval
Frame Color Black
Lens Tint Blue Mirror 400G
Lens Material Glass
UV Protection 100%
Polarized Yes
Rx-Able Yes
Frame Material Plastic
Hinge Type Integral
Lens Size 61mm
Recommended Use Multisport, Casual

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