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Flying Fisherman "Navigator" Polarized Sunglasses

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Flying Fisherman
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Perfect for kayak anglers on a budget The Flying Fishermen "Navigator" polarized sunglasses won't break the bank with their price and won't break your heart if something happens to them. With AcuTint lenses to eliminate glare, 100% protection from harmful UVA and UVB rays, and shatterproof and scratch resistant. The Navigator polarized sunglasses will last where other more expensive sunglasses will fail.


  • AcuTint™ Polarized SunLens System eliminates glare
  • Virtually indestructible and 35 times stronger than CR-39
  • Lightweight and optically correct
  • Shatterproof and scratch resistant
  • 100% UVA and UVB protection
  • Micro fiber case/cleaning cloth included


  • Full coverage,semi-rimless frames
  • FRAME: TR-90
  • LENS: 8 BASE, 65mm
  • Weight: .8 oz



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Flying Fisherman Navigator Sunglasses

The Flying Fisherman Master Angler “Navigator” polarized sunglasses have been my go to shades for quite some time. The Master Angler series is the mid level of Flying Fisherman glasses. I tried a pair of the lower level ones and was not happy with them and was not sure to take a chance on the next level or not. It was only after seeing some of the names on the prostaff list that I was convinced to give them a try. These were folks I have watched on fishing shows for years and I figured if the glasses were good enough for them I would give them a shot.
When my Navigators arrived I knew immediately these were way beyond the cheaper pair. The optical quality was great and the amber under blue mirror was just exactly what I like to wear. There was great coverage and no distortion at the edges (my issue with the cheaper pair). The biggest thing I noticed was the weight, these glasses are true featherweights. They are all day comfortable and I often forget I have them on.
The color is great for sunny days but still light enough to be effective on overcast days. The polarization is strong and while sight fishing or bowfishing I have been very pleased with them. They are my every day, every job glasses and after a year of travel, fishing and work they are still scratch free and in great condition. That really speaks volumes to the quality of this series of sunglasses. These are what I would call mid level in price; they won’t break your bank or break your heart if something happens to them. From my experience though, you will not be replacing them very often!

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
30+ times

Pros & Cons

incredibly light weight
levels below the Master Angler series not that great
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