1. Costa Del Mar Fisch
MSRP: $249

Technology minimizes slipping and offers venting to reduce fogging, all with a comfortable fit for all-day wear.
2. Maui Jim Kipahulu, RX
MSRP: $239

These polarized prescription sunglasses are fantastic. They feel great, offer superb clarity and yield tons of compliments. Our tester tried them in Marlin for a frame color with HCL Bronze lenses ideal for most of Alaska’s water conditions.
3. Smith Optics Touchstone
MSRP: $209

Smith’s ChromaPop technology had our tester in awe of the color and clarity offered from these polarized glasses. The frame style provides maximum coverage with a secure fit.
4. Serengeti Assisi
MSRP: $169.99
One of the lightest glasses we’ve tested offered at a lower price-point yet still feeling like a more expensive pair of sunglasses. 
5. Guideline Eclipse, Amber Lenses
MSRP: $59.95 to $69.96
The Eclipse with amber lenses makes for a great pair of low-light fishing glasses. Many brown-tinted lenses are too dark during the productive early morning and late evening times; often brown is too dark on cloudy days, too. We like these glasses for fall and winter fishing, morning and evening fishing, cloudy-day fishing—and that covers much of the fishing we do. At less than $60, these are an exceptional value.