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Costa Del Mar BR10OSCGLP Brine Sunglass, Tortoise Frame Silver

For those who bleed saltwater, Costa’s Brine sunglasses are one of the most useful fishing tools in any tackle box. Boasting integral hinges, Hydrolyte temples, co-injected, co-molding technology and our storied 580P lens technology, these Costa men’s sunglasses deliver comfort and durability to anglers whose greatest love is bending a rod. Because to some, performance isn’t just nice it’s necessary.

Product Features

  • Glass provides the best clarity in material
  • Encapsulated mirrors (between layers of glass) are scratch-proof
  • 20% thinner and 22% lighter than average Polarized glass
  • 100% UV blockage for maximum protection
  • 100% polarization kills reflected glare

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Anonymous says:

Second pair! This is my second pair, and I have to say regardless of money ($105 for Costa is cheap) they’re worth it. The first pair I own are 580G and cost twice as much. I accidentally cracked my first pair doing yard work the other day and decided to get a second pair while I was waiting on my originals to be repaired. Saw these were only $105, and I’m telling you… for $105.00 they’re amazing. From someone who owns both 400 & 580 there is a difference, but not as much when you’re not on the water…

Anonymous says:

Received genuine Costa glasses – Those are really awesome too ! I was in the market for a new pair of sunglasses, and while visiting Disney Spring in Florida, I stopped by Sunglasses Hut which had quite a good collection of nice ones. After trying a few pair, I found those Costa Del Mar Brine Sunglasses with blue lenses which I really liked. The vendor also told me that those had actual glass lenses and not plastic, which is also supposed to make them more scratch resistant. I always had sunglasses with plastic lenses, so I was pretty glad to know about…

Anonymous says:

I know where I’m buying my Costas from now on!!!!!

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