When the tide goes slack, so does the fishing. In Costa® OCEARCH® Slack Tide 580P Polarized Sunglasses, you can move on to another spot to chase a different adventure. This laidback West Coast-inspired frame is made of bio-based TR-90 and outfitted with polarized polycarbonate lenses. Costa 580 technology takes lens performance to new heights by eliminating glare from yellow light and boosting red, blue, and green—resulting in deeper colors and sharper contrast. For a better fit, the durable frame is outfitted with Hydrolite nose pads and temple tips. The color chosen for these Costa sunglasses (Tiger Shark) was inspired by one of the ocean's most impressive hunters. This connection to sharks is no coincidence; Costa and OCEARCH have joined forces to create these limited edition shades for an important reason. Sharks are in trouble, and without them the ocean ecosystem could collapse. Your purchase helps fund research expeditions aboard OCEARCH, a marine vessel and at-sea laboratory that generates critical data and puts science on the side of sharks. Slack Tide Sunglasses come with a case, a cleaning cloth, and a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
- Joint venture between Costa and OCEARCH to help protect sharks
- Polarized lenses reduce glare, on or off the water
- Impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses
- West Coast-inspired frame with laidback style
- Pin hinges
- Hydrolite nose pads and temple tips
- Includes case and cleaning cloth
- Large fit
- Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty
OCEARCH is a recognized world leader in generating critical scientific data related to tracking (telemetry) and biological studies of keystone marine species such as great white and tiger sharks, in conjunction with conservation outreach and education at a measurable global scale. In a collaborative environment, OCEARCH shares real-time data through OCEARCH's Global Shark Tracker, inspires current and future generations of explorers, scientists, and stewards of the ocean, and enables leading researchers and institutions to generate previously unattainable data. OCEARCH has completed 28 expeditions, worldwide, as of April 2017.
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