Costa Del Mar TF-65-OSCGLP Fantail Sunglasses

Costa Del Mar TF-65-OSCGLP Fantail Sunglasses

Price: $259.00
Model
TD Code
Frame ColorLens TypeHingeFrame SizePrice
TF-65-OSCGLP
COS-0738
Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades CamoSilver Mirror Glass W580IntegralM$259.00 USD
The Costa Del Mar Fantail sunglasses are very similar to the Costa Del Mar Blackfin sunglasses. The only difference is that the frames are slightly smaller. For those anglers who prefer a smaller lens. The Costa Del Mar Fantail sunglasses feature a lens size of 59mm. The frame is also co-molded. The frame of the Fantail is made from nylon material. Making the Costa Del Mar Fantail sunglasses comfortable, durable, and ready for any angling or water adventure you have in store.
5 Stars based on 3 reviews
By Bella
Boston, MA
The best!
January 30, 2020
Reduces glare, and fits well on the face. Super comfortable, you forget they’re there! Would recommend to anyone who needs protection for a long day out on the water.
By Van
SoMD
Costas are the best
January 1, 2020
I have four pairs of Costa Del Mar sunglasses. I use the sunrise mirrored glasses for low light conditions. It lets me see my lines easier and gives me more detail in general. I noticed it immediately last year when trolling in shallow water. I was able to spot crab pot floats faster in overcast and lower light conditions. These are killer glasses worth the cost.
By John
Glendale, NY
580 Glass Lenses are Incredible
September 22, 2014
I can't say enough on the clarity, quality and durability of the Costa 580 Glass lenses. I own three different models in blue glass, and amber glass. They are extremely durable, I have accidently dropped them from my head onto the concrete and few times. It's bound to happen and that's what made me nervous buying expensive sun glasses but the 580 are holding up very well so I bought more for work and pleasure. I consider my Costas as protective equipment from the sun. The sunlight and glare used to give me headaches and migraines working on the water for a living but not anymore since I wear my Costas. I am guilty of not cleaning the lenses with the special cloth all the time. I use cotton shirts, synthetic, clean paper-towels, basically anything I have handy that is gentle and clean & the glass lenses still have no scratches. I do rinse them with warm water to remove salt and then use dish soap to take off any oils. Then softly dry with a soft paper-towel.
My Costas travel around the world with me. I never leave home without my Costas'
Pros-Clarity -Sun Protection -Durability -Customer Service
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