Costa Rooster 580P Sunglasses - Polarized

Costa Rooster 580P Sunglasses - Polarized
Costa Rooster 580P Sunglasses - Polarized
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Rooster 580P Sunglasses - Polarized by Costa
The Costa Del Mar Rooster Polarized 580 Poly Lens Sunglasses excel at fishing and water sports. Equipped with a side-cupped frame and polarized 508 polycarbonate lens, these shades specialize at cutting glare off shimmering ocean waters and fast-moving streams, giving you optical clarity for locating fish. Using Costa's 580 technology, the polycarbonate lens blocks visible blue and yellow light to reduce blur and boost clarity on sun-drenched days. Plus, you'll find the lens' C-Wall coating resists dirt, oil, water, and scratches, while the durable nylon frame withstands the rigors of daily use without premature breakage. 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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