Costa is the premier sunglasses company for anglers. It was fishing that gave birth to the company, and fisherment still make up a large share of Costa’s customers.
With three new offerings, fishermen have more choices for style and substance than ever before.
Costa’s Cortez in tortoise with green mirror 580G lens.
The new Cortez shades feature a larger fit wih a bold wrap shape. Harmful and disruptive glare is prevented from entering the wearer’s vision. The linear ventilating system alleviates fogging issues; the temple tips feature open slots for a retainer cord.
Named for the Sea of Cortez, these glasses are priced at $189.
Costa’s Rooster in black with silver mirror 580G lens.
Named for the elusive game fish, the new Rooster shades offer anglers built-in side shields to block incoming glare, as well as vents to alleviate lens fogging. The temple tips come with open slots for retainer cord.
Roosters are priced at $249.
Costa’ Luke with blue mirror 580G lens.
Named for country music’s Luke Bryan, Lukes come with a medium fit and wrap shape to block glare from entering the sides. The singer is reimagining the genre, and like their namesake, the Luke glasses reinvent the classic Costa Hammerhead pattern.
The shades are priced at $169.
All three styles are made of nearly indestructible co-injected molded nylon, with sturdy integral hinge technology. The interior lining and nose pads are made of hypoallergenic rubberized material, ensuring the sunglasses stay comfortably in place all day, providing a “forget-they’re-there” fit.
Costas are handmade, include a hard case, and are backed by a lifetime warranty.
Pick up a pair at costadelmar.com today, or at your local Costa retailer.
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