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Costa Seapoint Polarized Sunglasses

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Ocean dreaming.

Whether you're enjoying a tropical vacation or just daydreaming about one as you sit in rush hour traffic, the Costa Del Mar Seapoint Polarized Sunglasses will shield your eyes from bright sunlight. Made of tough TR90 nylon, the stylish frame takes inspiration from the classic aviator design. The light and durable polarized lenses help reduce glare to help you see more clearly.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Sunglasses with powerful sun protection and classic style
  • Frames constructed of tough TR90 nylon
  • Polarized lenses reduce glare reduce effect of UV rays
  • HydroLite nose pads provide a comfortable and secure fit
  • Medium fit suitable for men and women
  • Item #CDM008B

Tech Specs

Costa CR-39
TR90 (nylon)
Nose/Temple Pads
yes, Hydrolite
Face Size
Claimed Weight
0.8 oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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Love these Costas

    Love these glasses, beautiful to look through with the polarization. And they are a medium/small size frame which fits my face perfectly. However, in my experiences, Costas break easier than most. I unfortunately went to pull them out of my backpack one day and the arm was broken :( These now make my second pair of costas that I have broken an arm off of, the first pair fell off my hat and broke the moment they hit the ground.

    On the plus side, Costa will fix them for a small fee if you mail the glasses into them, or even drop them off if you happen to be around the "world's most famous beach" (Daytona Beach). I believe it was about $20 for the shipping and repairs.