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The Best Sunglasses for Fishing

October 03, 2019

Five Reasons Why Fishermen Love Rheos Floating Sunglasses

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1. REDUCE GLARE. All Rheos floating sunglasses feature polarized UV-protection, which reduces glare and reflection from the water.

A fisherman holds a fresh-caught red drum fish, seen easier without glare.

2. THEY FLOAT! No more will the water steal your pricey sunglasses. "Awesome thing about these, just chuck them in the water, pull them out, live to fight another day."  - Tournament Fisherman Ross Brockwan

3. FEATHER-LIGHT FRAME. Our lightweight shades stay put all day long, and are so comfortable, you won't even notice you're wearing them.

Our lightweight frames rest easily and comfortably on Heidi Hoback's face.

4. IMPROVE VISIBILITYThe lens also includes a speciality Hydrophobic coating. Water beads off the lens, which combined with polarization and glasslike clarity makes spotting fish that much easier.

An angler spot fishes with improved visibility.

5. AFFORDABLE.  Unlike sunglasses $200 and up, our shades are easy on the wallet.

A Rheos fisherman spends free time juggling melons instead of juggling his budget.





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