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Our Price: $39.99


Product Code: 245PFL

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Rock Fish is a Floating Air-Frame™ sunglass that is designed to float in water. Its sleek curves are accented by temple vents and colorful hypoallergenic temple grips. Diamond Hard® polarized lenses eliminate reflected glare and block 100% of UVA/B/C rays. The lenses are also shatter-resistant with a scratch-resistant coating. Lifetime Limited Warranty against defects in material and workmanship.

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent April 28, 2016
Reviewer: Barbara  
Crystal clear vision ... Very comfortable !!

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  23 of 23 people found the following review helpful:
 
Excellent Sunglasses June 8, 2014
Reviewer: MiamiMark  
As my username suggests, I live in Miami, Florida and am always out on the water.  I was at my local West Marine and saw they had Gone Fishing sunglasses on sale that day for 30% off.   I checked out a bunch of different styles, but liked the "Rockfish" the best.

After trying them on in the store where they looked great, felt very light, seemed to have good lens clarity and were comfortable on my face, I decided to give them a try at what I thought was a bargain price for 100% UV protection & Polarized lenses (I got the Matte Black frame with the Grey Sapphire (blue) lenses.

After trying them out on the water a few times this past week on the boat & jetski, I can say that these glasses worked great!  Excellent clarity, the polarization cut glare and allowed me to see below the water & they fit snug (yet comfortable) on my face to the point where I almost forgot I had them on.

Oh yeah, and thankfully I did NOT drop them into Biscayne Bay or the Atlantic Ocean, but when I got home I did throw them in my pool and, while they remained lenses facing down, they DID float but with only the tips of the ear pieces above water.

Overall, real nice polarized sunglasses (especially for the price)!

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