Costa Del Mar Sunglasses

| September 8, 2010 | 3 Comments

Many people don’t realize how important it is to match the right sunglasses to fit your personal needs.  The more time you spend outdoors with the blaring sun beating down on you the more your eyes are subject to eye strain.

Costa Del Mar makes it simple and easy to find the right pair of glasses that match the activities and environments you frequent most. While an inexpensive pair of polarized glasses is better than nothing, investing in a really great pair of Costa Del Mar sunglasses can change your whole perspective on the way you see outdoors and particularly when it comes to seeing fish.

Costa Del Mar sunglasses are not run of the mill shades.  Each lens color has a different purpose to keep specific spectrums of light out of your eyes and focus on certain conditions that will enhance clarity and visibility.  There are lenses designed for high noon, dusk, dawn, and all sorts of water conditions. Fishing is a popular use for Costa Del Mar sunglasses.  The ability to spot a fish inshore, or on the open water is amazing.  The 580 lenses have become a favorite among top anglers.  One of my favorite features is the Hydrolite Template – this comfy material is designed to grip the ears so that the sunglasses will not fall off.  It feels like the more I sweat, the better they grip.

Costa Del Mar has several different styles of glasses to choose from.  They have your basic day-to-day eyewear as well as glasses for the avid outdoorsman.  If you are looking for the chance to catch the fish of a lifetime, try adding a pair of Costa’s to your fishing arsenal.  You will definitely increase your chances of spotting that once in a lifetime fish.  Also so that you don’t lose your new glasses, don’t forget about Costa Del Mar eyeglass straps to keep your glasses right where they belong!

Robert Griffith
Store Associate
ACK – San Marcos

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  1. Thanks for the great Costa review! We just launched the new 580P lenses, too, which are made of extremely lightweight and impact-resistant polycarbonate. Now you can choose between the 580 glass or polycarbonate lens options.

    Keep up the great work on the blog! Let us know if we can do anything else to help.

  2. John Smith says:

    I am very disappointed with the Costa and their stance behind their product. I bought a new pair took them on a trip to Florida dropped them from waste high and the impact cracked the lense. I bought the pair because of the lenses and the greatly advertised hipe about the lenses being impact proof. Well they are not as advertisd and the company refuses to stand behind their product. A big disappointment for spending $250 + on the glasses. To me the company has shown they are all blow and no show.

  3. Hi John,
    I’m sorry to hear about your Costas. The Lifetime Warranty covers manufacture defects, but it doesn’t cover accidents. We also make polycarbonate lenses that are more impact-resistant than Glass. If you have anymore questions about your repair, please email me at
    Thank you.

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