2015 Fish Alaska ECA: Polarized Sunglasses
1. Costa Del Mar Fisch
Technology minimizes slipping and offers venting to reduce fogging, all with a comfortable fit for all-day wear.
2. Maui Jim Kipahulu, RX
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
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
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.
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