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Costa Tuna Alley Sunglasses

At the right time of year, from this legendary 15-mile long white strip of sand separating the deep blue Bahamian waters from the shallow bank of Gun Cay, you can spy tons of bluefin tuna migrating north. And with these polarized bad boys on, with their integral hinges, patented vented system, and tough-as-nails nylon material, you won't miss many. Costa 580 lenses use patented technology to cut down on the yellow light, allowing the eye to see more red, blue, and green. Simply put, they're the most advanced glare-beating polarized sunglass lenses on the planet, and they'll change the way you see, period. The yellow light near 580 nanometers is particularly difficult for the eye to process, so these polarized sunglasses block it, which offers sharper contrast, better definition, and enhanced colors in any environment. Large fit/large coverage. Tortoise frame with green mirror lenses. Imported.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Costa Tuna Alley Sunglasses
Review 1 for Costa Tuna Alley Sunglasses
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Superior Specs,
May 30, 2014
By: AnglinginOttawa
from Ottawa, ON, CANADA
"The Costa Tuna Alley glasses are, bar none, the best fishing sunglasses I've ever owned. They are the product of magnificent work in technology, design, and, above all, understanding a customer need. If you are an angler, Costa's are the top of the line, and Orvis should be commended for carrying them."
Review 2 for Costa Tuna Alley Sunglasses
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5 / 5
Great sunglasses!,
May 14, 2014
By: MtnTrout
"I finally purchased a pair of Costa sunglasses. I fish fresh water rivers and the Tuna Alley are the best I have worn. The polarization is amazing and adds an added dimension seeing into the water. Fit is perfect, very comfortable. Backlight is virtually nonexistant. I highly recommend these."