Costa® Zane 580G Polarized Sunglasses
what it is.
I have the blue mirrored type .i've used them on bright cloudy days and on bright sunny days.I'm very happy with the clarity and glare reduction.they also fit great they feel like they wrap around your head to keep them on when boating.The only flaw I found was when I'm driving in my truck on a sunny day i see a small green reflection above the cars windows in front of me.Don't know if It's the polarized glass looking through a tinted windshield or what?. But they work perfect while fishing
May 28, 2013
Absolutly the best pair of sunglasses I have ever owned. The clarity and definition is amazing. Buy them you will not go wrong with these glasses
April 26, 2013
excellent quality, fit very well, reduces glare better than any glasses I have owned. I do a lot of sight fishing for bass, These glasses are far better than any I have ever had. I 69 years old and have had several different brands, none can compare with these sunglasses.
February 4, 2013
The Best, period
I couldn't be happier with these sunglasses. The 580 lenses allow better vision below the water than the previous 400 lenses. It is more expensive but if you can afford the glass lenses go for it. The glass lenses are still pretty light but far more durable than the plastic ones.
I bought the 580g (glass) lenses in the copper filter with the silver mirrored lenses. They are great for sight fishing and brighten colors dramatically.
The fit is great. I do not have an XL face by any stretch of the imagination and the wrap around design fits my face well with no visual distortion. The stems taper nicely around your temples for a snug fit so they won't shake loose during activities. The end of the stems near the ear piece fit cablez and the other brands of "keepers" so you won't lose them to a rogue wave or sudden impact.
Consider these sunglasses an investment. You could buy Oakleys or a cheaper brand but Costa is at the front of the pact as far as innovations. The state of the art lenses mean the difference between seeing or missing a fish.
Their customer service is great and glass lenses are extremely durable. If you are going to buy plastic lenses you might as well buy the 400 series for far less money. Even with the best care, you will eventually scratch the polycarbonate versions.
RIP Jose Wejebe
May 11, 2012