More precisely, polarized shades. It is so important that your
sunglasses are polarized that we stopped selling many famous
brands that don't offer polarized lenses. Others have such
meager offerings in polarized shades that they just aren't worth
carrying anymore. When you're spending top dollar with our hard
earned money, you don't deserve to get ripped off by big name
companies that manufacture low performance junk shades.
Hobie Sunglasses are well known in Atlantic
County, N.J. because we've been selling them since day
one. Hobie Alter (of Hobie Cat Sailboat fame) was as
frustrated as I was at the lack of real quality
polarized sunglasses available on the market so he
decided to do something about it. Hobie offers a wide
variety of frames and lenses in both polycarbonate and
Glass is the only way to go if you're tough on your
lenses like me. I fish, surf or kayak every day and
dried salt in no match for a glass lens. Just rinse it
off in fresh water and they're like the first day you
took them out of the case.
sunglasses are made in Idaho and have been an icon in
the skiing industry for many years. They have taken over
the surfing and fishing market with their youthful
styles and high quality polarized lenses. A lifetime
warranty makes them even more desirable.
Coasta's as they are affectionately called need no
introduction. Most professional fishing captains and
mates will not wear any other sunglass. A little pricier
than many other brands but considered one of the finest
polarized sunglasses on the planet.
Fisherman - little known brand out of the Florida
keys with a lot of value. Flying Fisherman used to make
the best cheap sunglasses on the market but has recently
expanded into high end glass and polycarbonate lenses.
Everything is polarized and costs about 1/2 what their
competitors charge for similar quality.
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