Fishing Sunglasses - **Watch Video on Right to Learn More**
With the Fisherman in mind, Fishgillz ™ created these lightweight, floating fishing sunglasses. FishGillz Micro-Filter ® Lens Technology is critical in reducing the glare reflecting off the water's surface, allowing the angler to see fish hiding spots such as rocks, stumps, logs, as well as the fish themselves.
Fishgillz ™ fishing sunglasses were originally created for water related sports, but because of their light weight, wrap around frames and distortion free lenses, they can be used for any and all other types of sporting activities.
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Fishing Sunglasses That Are Polarized
FishGillz polarized sunglasses are the ultimate pair of floating sunglasses. Our designer sunglasses are crafted with rugged frame construction and can withstand the most extreme impact absorption and the toughest everyday use. FishGillz fishing sunglasses have American Made, 3M lenses which provide stunning visual clarity and ultimate glare reduction, which makes them idea for sight fishing or viewing underwater structure. FishGillz polarized sunglasses weigh an incredibly light 1/2 of an ounce, which makes them the most comfortable pair of sunglasses available on the market today. Our floating sunglasses have a sleek, wrap around sports frame, that totally protects the corners of your eyes from damaging UV rays and intense sunlight. When choosing fishing sunglasses, polarized sunglasses are a must have for your fishing trip. FishGillz uses a multi-layer, scratch resistant polarized lens. Our designer sunglasses have a high performance, non-slip sports frame which insures your floating sunglasses will not slip or slide off your face during extreme activity. FishGillz " Gator Grip " temple locks insure a snug comfortable fit while fishing or participating in your favorite sporting activity. Our polarized sunglasses have front loading polarized lenses that will not be forced back onto your eyes in case of impact. Our frame styling ensures that the frame will hit the ground before the lens, which dramatically reduces the chances of scratching.
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Fishing Sunglasses -What to Look ForEveryone knows that polarized lenses are important for fishing. What other features should I look for when choosing a pair of Polarized Sunglasses?
ComfortWhen choosing your pair of fishing sunglasses, consider getting a very light weight frame that does not put pressure points on the side of your temples or bridge of your nose. Since fishermen spend long hours in the sun, sometimes from sun-up to sundown, comfort is a very important factor to consider. Bulky, uncomfortable sunglasses can be annoying when wearing polarized sunglasses for six hours or more at a time. Heavy frames that do not fit properly can also leave red, irritating marks on the bridge of your nose.
Fishing Sunglasses -Non -Slip FramesAnother factor to consider when choosing your polarized fishing sunglasses is choosing a pair of non-slip frames that will not slip or slide off your face. This can be very annoying when you have to constantly be adjusting or pushing your sunglasses back onto your face. When choosing your polarized sunglasses, try to find a pair that has a curvature that conforms to the shape of your face, or has the flexibilty in the frames where they can be adjusted for a perfect fit.
Wide Temple or Protective Side LensWe've all heard about the damaging effects of the sun, especially when you're fishing on a lake or ocean, where the sunlight is reflecting off the surface of the water. A good pair of polarized sunglasses will have a protective side lens or wide temple, which covers the sensitive skin around the corners of your eyes. This is the area where you get crow's feet and wrinkling of the skin. In addition, a side lens or sports wrap frame will protect the eyes from dust and the tearing effects of the wind.
Polarized Sunglasses with Good Peripheral VisionIt's important to be able to see easily in all directions when wearing your fishing sunglasses. A lot of fishermen today have high powered fishing or bass boats that can travel at speeds of 70 MPH or more. When traveling at these high speeds, it's very important to have 100% peripheral vision to see other boats coming from all directions. Sunglasses that have limited vision can be dangerous when traveling at high speeds. Also, good peripheral vision is important when searching for schools of fish or dolphin when ocean fishing. When choosing your polarized sunglasses, make sure you get a pair that has a wrap around type frame that provides 100% peripheral vision.
DurabilityAnother factor that fishermen tend to ignore when choosing sunglasses is durability of the frames, especially the finish. A good pair of polarized sunglasses should have a UV resistant coating on the frames, which will protect them from the intense sunlight that they are exposed to every day. Moreover, a good pair of designer sunglasses should have a salt-water fade resistant barrier. Around water your fishing sunglasses can be exposed to these elements, especially abrasive salt water, so having a durable finish is important.
Floating FeatureMost boaters and anglers have dropped expensive sunglasses overboard only to watch them sink to the bottom, so having a pair of fishing sunglasses with a floating feature is another important benefit. There are various floating sunglasses on the market, but look for a pair that float without the use of foam pads or other types of attached floatation devices. Pads that are glued to the insides of the frames can be bulky or cumbersome and at times can restrict vision. Also over time, the foam pads that are glued to the inside of the frames can peel or fall off after being exposed to water too many times. Good quality sunglasses will have an actual floating frame, that does not need any additional floatation devices to make them float in the event that they get dropped in the water.
Protective CaseAnother feature that can be overlooked when purchasing polarized sunglasses is a protective case that will add many years of enjoyment to your sunglasses. When choosing your fishing sunglasses, look for a pair that come with a protective carrying case. A good protective case will protect the lenses and frames on your sunglasses from being scratched.
FishGillz Sunglass Co.
Newport Beach, CA 92660