I live in Denver and I am an avid outdoorsman. Hike, bike, kayak and ski, in the Rockies. Where you need the most protection from the sun's glare.
Yes, they do. Polarized gray, amber and rose amber.
These are the sickest sunglasses i have ever skied in. they are light weight, polarized and fit my face like a glove. the greatest thing is the magnetic interchangeable lenses that come with these and all of the Switch Vision sunglasses. Most interchangeable lenses are a hassle to deal with, especially if you are skiing, biking or any outdoor activity. These aren't, they high magnets in the lenses, so it is a breeze to change these bad boys out. Plus they stay in. You have to give these a try.
Yes, you can buy extra lenses for the Costa Release sunglasses.
Yes, the Costa Brine sunglasses do have megol rubber nose pads and co-injected rubber temples.No, Costa does not make a photochromic polarized lens.
The Costa Deep Blue Polarized sunglasses are a Shiny Black
What you need is the Costa 580 Copper lens. It is perfect for where you are and the water that you are fishing in. The Costa 580 Copper lens cuts through that end of day glare.
The reason the Costa 580 lens is better than the Costa 400 is that we have found on the light spectrum scale, the human eye cannot see yellow light. That is the light that causes glare and distortion. So when you can't see the glare or the distortion everything you see is more vivid, more real. Your reds are redder, greens are greener and blues are bluer. It doesn't change what you are seeing, it helps you see what is truly out there.It is a patented lens and the Costa 580 lens comes in (5) colors, Gray, Copper, Blue Mirror, Green Mirror and Silver Mirror.
The Costa 400 is still the bar that all high quality polarized sunglass companies compare themselves to, Costa just took it up a couple of notches.
Yes, all Costa Sunglasses come with a Lifetime Warranty against Manufacturers defects. if something does go wrong with your Costa Sunglasses, all you need to do is go to our website, costadelmar.com and go to the Care & Repair button and it is self-explanatory from there.
Yes, the Costa 580 lenses are the best lenses in the sunglass business. They are patented by Costa. What the Costa 580 lenses do is totally block out the yellow light that the human eye can see. Yellow light causes glare and distortion. When you don't see yellow light all of the other colors are truer and more vivid. So your reds are redder, blues are bluer and greens are greener. It doesn't change the color of what you are looking at you are actually seeing the true colors out there. So from that perspective, yes the Costa 580 lenses are worth the price.
Yes, you can get the Costa Switchfoot in Costa 580's. In fact you can get them with Gray, Copper, Blue Mirror, Green Mirror and Silver Mirror 580's
The best color Costa lens for the water depends on what kind of water you are going to be on. If you are going to be on or around
Fresh water you want an Amber, Copper, Silver Mirror or Green Mirror. If you are going to be on the ocean, saltwater, then you want a Gray or Blue Mirror lens. You can get the Costa Corbina in all of those colors. Plus all Costa lenses are polarized, so that helps with cutting the glare of the water immediately.
Costa Riomar glasses with glass lenses are not shatterproof. They are however scratch resistant. The great thing about Costa glasses is that they are all polarized, so your eyes are always protected.
Yes, they can function as Glacier glasses. These glasses have gone up Everest and K2. They are transmitting 12% light and they are 100% UVA, UVB and UVC. They would work great.
Yes the Costa Del Mar Twilight sunglasses are unisex...
No, unfortunately the Costa Del Mar Brine sunglasses do not come with a Side Shield. Now if you are looking for a pair of Costa Del Mar sunglasses with Side Shields, you may want to look at the Costa Del Mar Grand Catalina sunglasses. They do come with Side Shields.
If you are looking for a Costa Del Mar lens that will cut through Sunset glare, you may want to try the Costa Del Mar Copper 580 lens. You can get it in any of our Costa Del Mar frames that have a full frame. Unfortunately not in our rimless styles.
Jeff, you may want to take a look at the Costa Del Mar Ballast or Costa Del Mar Mainsail sunglasses. They are lightweight and great for Golf. Try the Amber lenses, they will help read the greens better and they are more of a color enhancer. So your eyes are not having to work as hard to see where your golf ball landed.
Sorry Robert the "La Cabana" sunglass is not part of the Costa Del Mar line. You may want to take a look at the assortment that backcountry.com has to see if they have a Costa Del Mar sunglass that is close ti the "La Cabana".