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- Durable TR-90 nylon frames are injected with Hydrolite rubber for a comfortable fit and a non-slip hold
- 580 technology blocks yellow light and boosts red, green, and blue light for excellent contrast and definition, while polarization cuts glare
- Patented Lightwave glass is 20% thinner and 22% lighter than average polarized glass
- Stainless steel hinges flex and resist corrosion to maintain their shape and fit
- Wire core temples provide stability and durability
- Item #CDM3174
- Q & A
Boat Captain Review
Tuna Alley 580G polarized
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
As a longtime Oakley Juliet user, I was a little skeptical of these; however, I was super impressed at the clarity and coverage. There is virtually no gap with the face for glares to get through. They keep my eyes from getting strained while in the direct sun all day. They don't scratch nearly as easily as the polycarbonate lenses I am used to. I've dropped them several times and they still look new.
Costa Del Mar Tuna Alley Polarized
Costa del Mar Tuna Alley Great Shades
Costa del Mar just released the Tuna Alley sunglasses and they are a great addition to the line. They have the classic, yet fresh Costa styling, impeccable optical clarity and excellent fit for larger faces like mine.
What are the measurements?
Temple Length: 136 mm
Frame Width: 138 mm
Lens Height: 40 mm
Lens Width: 60 mm
Bridge: 18 mm