Polarizing glasses for fishing
The trusted tool of the true angler, Costa's Blackfin sunglasses bring serious clarity and comfort to a day fishing, whether it's wrestling marlin in the deep sea, spinning up salmon in the river's current or fly casting for bonefish along the coast.
Sometimes, a small break in the shoreline is just the right place to wait for fish to come through. And when you're wearing these classically-styled sunglasses, made of a tough nylon and featuring integral hinges, it's a heck of a lot easier to put your line right where you want it.
They take their name from the Zane Grey reef, one of the most prolific fisheries in the world. And they're ready to go as soon as you are with co-molded hydrolite temples that hold tighter the more you sweat. Sleek styling in a hardcore frame, that's what you get with Zane.
Ever know a guide whose eyes seemed perfectly calibrated to local waters? Who could spot a bonefish among the shadows long before anyone else? Meet Rafael. These performance Costas with aggressive styling have a wide temple design and signature three-square hole venting to keep those sacred eyes nice and cool.
Always ready for sand, surf or open water, Costa's Caballito sunglasses are the perfect companion of the Voyager who spends his time jumping bridges into deep, clear water or the Beachcomber on the hunt to make a statement at the local's hideaway.
Hardcore sunglasses for the hardest-core saltwater junkies. These Costa Fathom sunglasses’ co-injected, co-molded frames provide the perfect fit with the best polarized lenses on the planet. Bringing maximum comfort and vision on the water, these Costa men’s sport fishing sunglasses are the perfect tool to any Angler who seeks a life on the water.
Named after the perfect spot to take a break in the crystal, clear waters of the salt flats, the Costa Motu sunglasses are great for catching a couple cold ones in between casts or reeling in the big one himself.
At the right time of year, from this legendary 15-mile long white strip of sand separating the deep blue Bahamian waters from the shallow bank of Gun Cay, you can spy tons of Bluefin tuna, migrating north. And with these bad boys on, with their integral hinges, patented vented system and tough-as-nails nylon material, you won't miss many.