Going offshore without a good pair of sunglasses is like going golfing without any clubs. Polarized sunglasses play an integral role in helping you spot fish and enjoy your day on the water without eye fatigue and a pounding headache. Yet you’ll often hear guys make the argument that they don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of quality fishing shades because they always end up breaking or losing them.
“Well, now you don’t have to. Typhoon Optics offers anglers durable polarized sunglasses ranging in price from $50 to $60, a much easier pill for many guys to swallow.”
Using proprietary technologies, Typhoon’s polycarbonate lenses are water repellent, anti-static and smudge proof, and also provide polarization with its AquaView II Hydrophobic technology. We recently tested out the Current frames and were impressed with the quality for the price. These glasses were comfortable, durable, good looking and easy on the wallet.
You want three main features out of your sunglasses:
1) UV protection
2) glare elimination
3) better visibility
The Currents deliver on all three points in a fashionable, wrap-around frame that is extremely lightweight and made of strong, TR90 Grilamid Nylon.
Typhoon offers more that 20 frame styles to choose from for both men and women. There’s something for everyone and many styles are available in different lens colors as well as prescription. For more information, visit www.typhoonoptics.com.