Costa Montauk 580G Polarized Sunglasses - Men's

Costa Montauk 580G Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
Costa Montauk 580G Polarized Sunglasses - Men's
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Montauk 580G Polarized Sunglasses - Men's by Costa
Named after the eastern-most point of Long Island, where monstrous fish are known to lurk, the Costa Montauk Polarized 580G Sunglasses have a fishing-focused design that's here to keep you ready at the reel. A full-wrap, highly ventilated frame sits on your face comfortably and with a condensation-free fit, while the polarized 580G lenses cut out harsh glare off the water while enhancing contrast and colors to help you see the sea like never before. Hydrolite pads at the nose and temples provide a secure, slip-free fit that actually increase in adhesion the wetter they become, and an included hard case keeps these shades safely stashed when the sun goes down.

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