“We didn’t take one of our existing frame styles, paint it pink and call it a women’s sunglass,” said Chas MacDonald, president of Costa Sunglasses. “We built four entirely new styles, each with the performance technology Costa’s known for, but specifically designed with the progressive fashion trends happening now and engineered to fit women’s face shapes.”
Fashion DivaThe Hammock and Little harbor are full on trendy frames - rounded frames, low set bridges and temples. With the Costa del Mar 580 lenses, these frames will take you from the boat, to the beach and on to the nightclubs. No doubt, Jacky O would have liked the Hammock with the big oval frames. These glasses feature comfortable hydrolight nose pads, spring hinges, and Costa del Mar watermarks.
If you're looking for something more dramatic, or care more about the fishing than the fashion, Check out the Tippet and Islamorada frames. Still boasting some dramatic styling, these frames are a bit more agressive, and have an active, sporty, look to them. No-slip Hydrolite nosepads and sprung hinges lend a hand to comfort, while the Costa watermark shows you have sense to wear the best.
All of these new styles come in a variety of colors including a pearlessent white, tortose shell, blacks, and some dual colors as well. As with all Costa del Mar frames, the new womens lineup comes in your choice of effective 400 or prime-time 580 lenses. The unparralleled performance of the 580 lens now comes in glass or lightweight polycarbonate, and you can now even get them in perscription strengths too! To check out all the styles, colors, and lenses, visit www.CostaDelMar.com.
And, guys, don't worry, Costa has a few new frames for the men too.
About the Author: Isaac Miller considers himself an "equal opportunity angler" and will fish anything that will take a hook. Isaac often makes live internet video broadcasts when fishing from his kayaks, giving up-to-the-second reports on conditions and tackle choices. He also blogs at 'Yak Fish, hosts Kayak Fishing Radio West and is a YakAngler.com Pro Staffer.