Bass Pro Shops® Fish Eyes G9-1325 Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses
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- Multi-functional sunglass/magnifiers
- Sporty, wrap-style design
- Polarized lenses are 1.0 mm thick
- Filter reflected glare and block 100% UVA/UVB
- Rubberized temples for function and comfort
- Lighter tints in magnification area to increase clarity
- Available in +1.50, +2.00, or +2.50 magnifying powers
Give your eyes the boost they need and enjoy the advantage of polarized lenses with the multi-functional Bass Pro Shops Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses. Featuring bifocal magnifiers optically centered in the lens for comfort and clarity, the Fish Eyes Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses have polarized lens coating which filters reflected glare allowing anglers to see what's happening below the surface of the water. In addition to filtering reflected glare, the 1.0 mm thick polarized lenses also provide 100% UVA/UVB protection. To ensure the Fish Eyes Sunglasses are as functional as they are practical, they have a sporty, wrap-style design and rubberized temple details for maximum comfort and style. A+1.50 (weak), +2.00 (medium), or +2.50 (strong) magnifying powers. Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by KajunSpice Great Purchase
The Sunglasses work GREAT!!!! Great Sunglasses and Great Bifocals---I can tie my baits using the Sun- Glasses instead of my prescription glasses. Great Buy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
April 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by anglersalley bifocal polarized sun glasses
These glasses are excellent. I no longer have to switch from reading glasses to sun glasses in order to tie a knot. I enjoy fishing lots more.
October 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by GLSBEAR Best Fish and Drive Glass's
I got these for driving! For us older guys who cant see the controls on the radio they are AMAZING!
I put my Serengetti's in their case and use them --- I don't use them!
Buy two and give one to a friend-- I did and now he owes me a fish!
September 10, 2011
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