Distinctly crafted for cruising across shimmering waters in search of picture-worthy fish, the Costa Brine 580P Mirrored Polarized Sunglasses filter out 100% of harmful UV rays while enhancing optical clarity. The TR 90 nylon frame and Integral hinges maximize durability for years of dependable use. Plus, there's an included hard case for safely storing these shades in your vehicle or boat. The polarized 580P lens reduces blinding glares from open waters, snowy landscapes, and other highly reflective surfaces. The impact-resistant polycarbonate lens is a great choice for active individuals abusing their shades on a regular basis. The C-Wall lens coating keeps oil and outside moisture from obscuring your vision. Costa's 580 technology produces high-definition optics by selectively filtering harsh yellows and damaging, high-energy blue wavelengths. Ultimately, this allows you to precisely view stunning landscapes under bright sunshine without squinting. Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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