Rheos Po­lar­ized Float­ing Sun­glasses

Sport Fishing Gear Guide - - Clothing & Accessories -

Sun­glasses that don’t float made me a lot of money. I owned a sport­ing goods store for over a decade. Dozens of guys and gals would come in ev­ery sea­son to buy a new pair of shades be­cause they leaned over, jumped in, or the shades fell over­board in another fash­ion. The Rheos shades are light­weight, stylish, com­fort­able, po­lar­ized, af­ford­able, and they float. Six styles and twelve lens colours means ev­ery­one finds a great fit and a suit­able de­gree of light in­ten­sity and colour shade. We or­dered the An­hin­gas in a Gun­metal frame with Rose lenses, Bahia in Gun­metal with Emer­ald and Ed­dies in Tor­toise with Dark Cop­per. All three had rub­ber nose­pieces and tem­ple pads to re­duce slip­page when you sweat. The mir­rored lenses were dark­est, and both the Bahias and Ed­dies had holes in the frame tips to se­curely at­tach eye­glass strings if you so de­sire. We love the fit, style and buoy­ancy of these shades. Wear pre­scrip­tion glasses? No prob­lem. Con­tact Rheos to get float­ing RX glasses (there is an ad­di­tional cost). MSRP: $50 Rheosgear.com

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