Taking its name from an iconic captain who sailed across the globe, the Costa Cook Polarized Sunglasses are properly equipped for adventure with their glare-cutting polarization, which enables clear vision across shimmering seas. The Cook draws from the distinctive style of vintage aviator sunglasses, exuding a timeless aesthetic that's always fresh. Its corrosion-resistant titanium frame won't rust in soaked environments and adventures on the open seas, and withstands everyday bumps with resilience. Equipped with Costa's 580 glass lens, this version of the Cook offers the sharpest visual acuity across glaring environments and blinding sunshine. Proving that polarized lenses aren't all equal, Costa designed their 580 glass lens to boost visible spectrum green and red light while filtering out high-energy blue visible that's responsible for degeneration of eyesight. Ultimately, this means you'll see the world in crystal clarity, regardless of blinding sunlight and reflective surfaces, such as open bays and bright snowfields. Since glass often gets a bad rap for being heavy, Costa shaved down this lens to achieve a 20 percent decrease in both weight and thickness.
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