Fishing sunglasses

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  • P7315C

    P7315C

    Go, go, glow.
    £45.00
  • P7305C

    P7305C

    Look every bit a winner.
    £45.00

    Out of stock

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  • P7312A

    P7312A

    Rip up the race track.
    £45.00
  • P7316B

    P7316B

    In great shape.
    £50.00
  • P7324C

    P7324C

    The new action hero.
    £60.00
  • P7328B

    P7328B

    Raw power and lenses that you can change.
    £80.00

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Polarization eliminates glare so you can see better.

When you’re outdoors all day, your sunglasses have to keep up. Light reflected off the water creates glare – and glare makes it impossible to see what’s happening beneath the water’s surface. Add direct sunlight, and it’s clear why the polarized  fishing sunglasses are essential, especially when you need to see what the fish are doing or if there are any rocks ahead. See the full range of sports sunglasses. Our polarization technology improves your vision by

sunglasses for fishing
  • Blocking glare
  • Providing 100% UV protection
  • Eliminating distortion

 

Trusted quality

Our frames are robust, impact resistant and great protection against wayward hooks. They're also lightweight and stylish enough to wear when the fish aren’t biting. Polaroid UltraSight™ lenses were developed at our UK Research Centre. They give you both visual accuracy and full polarizing efficiency in a featherweight lens. And they’re scratch resistant, too. Polaroid lenses can withstand a 23gm bead flying at 15m/second, so you know you’ll enjoy complete protection. If eye fatigue is a problem, our polarized lenses are definitely the answer. The best of every world.

 

Read Marie O’Riordan’s fishing tips on the Times online. 

Read the FlyFishing forum review.

 

A splash of colour.

Choose the lens colour that helps you see exactly what you’re after.

 

Lens colours help you see what’s ahead

Yellow – perfect for seeing all the way to the bottom of shallow water. On overcast days, yellow uses all available light to enhance contrasts.

Brown enhances grassy river or lake beds. Great for contrasts and low light at dawn and dusk.

Grey – ideal for spotting darker fish in deep water and for all kinds of weather.