The blade is available in glass lenses only and is a frame that fits most face types. Thin arms make these frames light and comfortable with the frame designed to sit close to your face keeping them working at optimum levels.
Selecting Lens Colour
When using polarised eyewear in any conditions or activity, it is crucial you have the correct lens for the job. Each lens colour combination will offer distinct advantages and disadvantages depending on the conditions and what you are trying to see. Use these handy lens cards when you’re looking for your next lens. You can save these by right clicking on the mouse and saving as.
Fishing conditions can fluctuate wildly and what works in one, wont work in another. Our lens range has you covered in all situations
Skippers need to be switched on at all times. Brown lenses allow a wide viewing slot and are perfect for a day on the water.
Whether you’re canoeing or pursuing active sports on the water, Mako lenses will help you see what’s below
Grey lenses are very relaxing for the eye, filtering the most light of any lens colour and providing a very natural colour balance.
Camping requires a lens that allows you to see with enough clarity, brown lenses are great for this outdoor activity.