Best sunglasses to wear while boating

With summer finally here (especially if you live in the Northeast) many of us are “down the shore” from Memorial Day to Labor Day enjoying boating, fishing, or relaxing at the beach.

Boating and the Best Sunglasses to Wear

Putting on sunscreen becomes part of our daily routine as well as wearing sunglasses the minute you step out of the door.  If you spend time around water, you know that getting the right pair of sunglasses and lenses is very important especially since the UV rays of the sun are more intense when reflected off the water.  Now, like many of us, our sunglasses are often an extension of our face; when you bend down you often forget that they are on your face and they fall off and onto the ground.  Well, if you are on the boat and about to pull in that monster fish you can’t wait to put on the grill tonight for dinner, and then you realize, “there goes my sunglasses, into the water, sinking to the bottom next to the fish”.  We ALL have been there when we lost a pair of glasses in the water, maybe not fishing but perhaps jet skiing, tubing or just swimming.  Finally, a solution for glasses for boating; Fishgillz Catalina Floating Sunglasses, White Frame and Polarized Blue Revo Lenses.
Yes, these sunglasses float!  Now, I personally like the white frames because they are easier to find in the water and the Blue Revo Lenses give it a stylish look.  If the white frame and blue lenses are not for you, don’t worry, we offer many other frame and lense color options on our website  The great thing about Fishgillz Sunglasses is that they are a proprietary high performance polymer blend that is ultra-light yet durable enough to withstand the toughest conditions. FishGillz Sunglasses only weigh 1/2 of an ounce and are the most comfortable sunglasses available on the market today. Our rugged Flex-Lite® Frame material is very flexible yet can hold up to the toughest abuse and everyday wear and tear.  The lenses are made using Vapor-Shield® Hydrophobic Lens Coating which are waterproof and have a oil repellant coating that keeps the lens surface clean, smudge free and prevents hard or salt water staining.

When shopping for the right pair of sunglasses for your water activities always remember to get Polarized Lenses to help reduce the glare of the sun on the water and also get a lense that offers UV protection.  Keeping your eyes protected can also be stylish especially with the Fishgillz Catalina Floating Sunglasses.

Stay fabulous!

Jessica xo

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