Costa Del Mar Tuna Alley Sunglasses
Polarized lenses provide 100% UV protection
Tough-as-nails nylon frames are built to last
Integral hinges ensure long-wearing durability
Patented venting system prevents overheating
Best fits a Large profile
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Every 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.
Costa 580 Lens
Yellow light is the enemy on the water and on land. It's hard for the eye to process, and changes how you see the world. Costa 580 Lenses cut down on yellow light, allowing the eye to see more red, blue, and green. The result is purer vision with unmatched contrast, definition, and colors. 580P Lenses are made of lightweight plastic and provide excellent impact and scratch-resistance. 580G Lenses are made from scratch-resistant glass and offer the greatest clarity.
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.
Green Mirror Lens offers advanced visual acuity. Perfect for fishing inshore, flats, rivers, and streams. These lenses allow a minimal 10% light transmission.
Silver Mirror Lens optimizes light transmissions and enhances colors. Perfect for freshwater sight fishing or any outdoor activity with variable light.
Gray Lens maintains color saturation and natural contrast. An all-around choice for sports on water and land.
Copper Lens enhances contrast and reduces glare. Ideal for sight fishing, driving, and everyday wear.
Sunrise Lens enhances depth perception and allows maximum light transmission, so that you can see through the water more clearly in early morning or late afternoon, when outside light is low.