Bass Pro Shops® Fish Eyes 7-1352B Bifocal Polarized Sunglasses
The best glasses made for when your fishing you don't have to take two pair of glasses polarized and bifocal for reading or threading the eye of the hook
July 15, 2013
A friend of mine told me about these polarized sunglasses with bifocals. Being one that wears
contacts for distant and reading glasses for closeup items such as threading your fishing line through the eye of a hook. I have to stop and put on my reading glasses to see what I am doing. These glasses have made all the difference in the world because you wear them any time or all the time. I bought two(2)pairs of them and gave one pair to my hunting and fishing partner. We both think that their great, our wives thought that they looked dumb, but what matters is that we can see what we're doing. You can see down in the water and see the fish with no problem. They wrap around and cover your eyes giving good protection to them. The only problem that I have found it that they scratch easily, but I would highly recommend them to any one needing to see what you are doing for very little expense.
July 1, 2006
Two Bad Experiences
I bought a set of these to use in the boat as, I'm sorry to say, can't see up close as well as I used to. The first pair I bought broke the second time using them on the top of the frame as I was putting them on my head.
I took them back to Bass Pro and they gladly exchanged them, which I did thinking I just had a bad pair.
Took our annual trip to Devils Lake with my brand new glasses and, you guessed it, they broke in the same place the first time I put them on my head. Maybe I just have a big head, I don't know.
I will certainly will not make the same mistake three times, I will be looking for an alternative.
August 2, 2008
A new Lease!
My eyes aren't as good as they once were.
I started having problems tying on hooks and baits. I got a pair of these and now am no longer frustrated with these tasks!. The fact that I don't have to wear 2 pairs of glasses is GREAT!
The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because they do take a bit of getting used to when walking on an irregular bank. They kind of throw off your depth perception till you get used to them.
I am buyiong another pair!
They are great for anytime you need to read or see closer in bright light conditions, not just fishing!
May 22, 2008