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Thursday, 14 November 2019 10:40

Shady Rays Are The Polarized Shades You Can Afford To Lose or Break

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Sunglasses are pretty much essential when kayak angling in harsh sunlight, but there is always a risk of losing them. 
Anything can happen on a kayak, especially when struggling with a big catch or you get caught off guard by a wave. There are many kayak anglers that can share tales of woe from seeing their expensive pair of shades vanish beneath the water, never to be seen again. In most cases this would be a disaster, but not if you are the owner of a pair of Shady Rays.
 
The brand uses the slogan "Polarized Shades You Can Afford To Lose or Break" which is apt as they will replace them for free if this happens. This is thanks to their official "Live Hard Warranty" which states that each pair of sunglasses that you purchase from them can be replaced up to twice. Don't worry if you somehow end up with a pair of Shady Rays sunglasses that have manufacturing defects or problems that should not occur with normal use as these will be replaced without any limits.
 
Shady Rays have several different styles to choose from and many are perfect for the outdoors-y, thrill-seeker demographic. Check out their official website at (https://shadyrays.com/) for more information, including the prices.
 
When you buy a pair of Shady Rays you are not just getting yourself some top-notch eye protection either. The brand has stated that for every order they will provide 10 meals through Feeding America sponsored food banks that are situated throughout the country. It's not every day that treating yourself to stylish eyewear allows you to do some good for the hungry!
 
If you have any questions about Shady Rays be sure to check out their FAQ, which answered everything from what styles are best for your head, to the differences in tint between each of the lenses (https://shadyrays.com/pages/faq). According to their FAQ, the best style for fishing is their X Series, thanks to its wide peripheral vision, with the Glacier, Ocean, or Emerald lenses offering the brightest view into the water. Shady Rays also has a couple of social media pages, so check them out on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ShadyRaysEyewear), Twitter (https://twitter.com/shadyrays), or Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/shadyrays/).
Naomi Bolton

Yakangler's Community Manager and Editor - in charge of sourcing news and articles for the website.  If you have any ideas for new content, please do get in touch with me at: [email protected]

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