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Choosing a Pair of Fishing Sunglasses
Choosing the correct pair of Fishing Sunglasses for the conditions of a favorite fishing hole can be a daunting task. As any Fisherman worth their salt knows, the Fishing Sunglasses have to allow you to seamlessly switch between looking at fine detail on a lure, to checking your line on the lake, or scanning the water for that change in the light play the tells you that the fish are ready to bite in the early morning sun. Add to that, a pair of Fishing Sunglasses have to provide protection from the UV rays that can beat down on a fisherman as he or she is waiting for that one fish to nibble on the line.
Fishing Sunglasses - scratch resistance
One characteristic of any quality Fishing Sunglasses is resistance to scratching. Any angler will tell you that just one scratch can cause your sight through the Fishing Sunglasses to be diminished to the point where the glasses are pretty much useless. Most Fishing sunglasses feature optical quality polarized glass, some of the most scratch resistant lens material available. In addition, a few quality manufacturers have gone the extra step of adding special treatments to aid in the prevention of dust, fingerprints, or oil leaving their mark on the sunglasses. With proper care and use, there is little reason why a pair of Fishing Sunglasses cannot remain scratch free for their lifespan.
Fishing Sunglasses - lens color
The color of the lens of a pair of Fishing Sunglasses is another very important factor for the serious angler. Depending on what fishing environment you're in, the color of the lenses are paramount. Grey lenses are great for reducing the glare from the daytime sun. A pair of Fishing Sunglasses with amber lenses is great for sensitive eyes since they filter the scattered blue light and brighten the surroundings. This makes looking in streams or fishing in the nearby forest lake a lot easier. And if your fishing hole just happens to be the deep blue ocean, gray with blue front surface mirror lens is a great addition for any pair of Fishing Sunglasses.