Category Archives: Eyewear
Pete Vandergrift from Costa Sunglasses goes over the company’s new Motu frame, the fact that it utilizes a bio-resin, and how the company is trying to “kick plastic” with all of their products.
Costa has announced the release of a new lens for 2017. The Sunrise Silver Mirror is ideal for low-light conditions and sight fishing applications. Read more in the press release below.
Costa has announced the release of a new collection featuring eyeglasses built for “everyday activities and adventures.” The inaugural collection will be available through Costa’s authorized optical dealers. Read more in the press release below.
Costa has announced five new sunglass style additions to their Core collection. Styles include the Bloke, Reefton, Kiwa, Tasman Sea, and Whitetip and will all be available Spring 2017. Read more in the press release below.
Costa del Mar has announced it will partner with Colorado-based Backbone Media as its communications agency for its core fishing initiatives, media planning and buying for angling and optical trade in North America. Read more in the press release below.
One of Smith’s newest pair of glasses for the fishing world, The Guide’s Choice, incorporates “wide temples and an aggressive wrap for superior light protection, premium Italian spring hinges, megol nose and temple pads, a detachable sunglass leash, and choice … more
Costa has announced that prescription lenses will now be available in five of their rimless sunglass styles. Read more in the press release below.
Smith Optics and Howler Brothers have joined forces to create a line of limited-run, outdoor lifestyle apparel and goods. This will include co-branded models of Smith’s Lowdown and Dockside sunglasses as well Aransas shirt, t-shirt, and Hat from Howler Brothers. … more
The Dockside is one of Smith Optics’ newest styles, designed with the “avid waterman in mind,” says Cassie Abel of Smith. Things like extra large temples, large coverage and out-of-sight hinges combined with the company’s ChromaPop high-end lens makes it … more
Following the success of its “Slim” option last year, Smith has introduced an “XL” choice for its Lowdown and Outlier sunglass frames. Read more in the press release below.