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Permit Sunglasses




Put these glasses on your face and that's where they stay, period. Give credit to the co-injected Hydrolite that line the glasses from temple to temple, the flexible hinges making them fit, and side vents that keep the lenses clear. That way, you can see your trophy come over the stern and not just feel it in every muscle.

  • Lens Size: 60mm
  • Hinge: Spring
  • Frame material: Nylon
  • Rx-able

Permit Sunglasses

Best Use Everyday Use
Bright Light
Bridge Length 18mm
Features Polarized
UV Protection
Impact Resistant
Scratch Resistant
Frame Color Black
Lens Height 40.5mm
Lens Width 61.7mm
Lens Material Costa 580 Plastic
Style Rectangle
Temple Length 115.4mm

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Best sunglasses

By Hock

from Duncannon, PA, United States

Verified Buyer

Comments about Costa Permit Sunglasses:

The 580G silver lense is amazing, clear and make the colors pop. You can wear them all day/night long no level of light affects them they work well in all light conditions!


What Clarity!!!

By Robskipr

from Staten Island, NY, United States

Comments about Costa Permit Sunglasses:

I am extremely happy with these sunglasses. I use them when I am out riding my Harley Davidson Street Glide and the view is awesome and clear. looking to buy another pair in Black


Pinnacle shades ...

By Mark Mc

from Indiana, United States

Comments about Costa Permit Sunglasses:

These are large Frames and large lens. That's a good thing, because it keeps unwanted light from sneaking in. Usually wear a buff with these and visibility is amazing. The closest thing to polarized glacier glasses I've seen yet. Seeing these on the Spanish Fly should be enough of a resume to purchase.

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