Overall: 4.1 / 5 based on 18 reviews
15 of 18 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Great glasses at a great price. -
By: PaulWilkinsFromScotland from West Lothian, Scotland
Top 250 Contributor
Exactlu what I was looking for. Cut the glare on the water no problem and they were very light whilst wearing them. I'm beginning to think ORVIS can do no wrong with their products. One very happy customer.
Cool shades -
By: MrRockwell from Boise, Idaho
These shades make me feel like Robert De niro - (you lookin' at me?). the superlight designation must mean the shading factor, as they are very bright, in a good way. But not dark if you are planning a huge sun day on the flats.
Not what I expected -
By: Fugg from Texas
Top 250 Contributor
Purcahsed these an another similar pair for my wife and i and was disappointed at the lack of tint. They glasses are almost clear. Sent them back.
Lightweight and comfortable -
By: OldTrout from Bristol, UK
These glasses are remarkably light and so pleasant to wear. Whilst not as scratch resistant as glass lenses, the benefit of lightness is well worth having. Just need to be extra careful cleaning the lenses. The only caution is that they are large, and so will not suit people with smaller or narrower heads. As I'm a 'fathead' these are ideal. The tint is 'light amber' and so should work in full sunshine and low light.
Well made -
By: WAJake from WA
These are great constructed glasses and good polarization - the only draw back is they are a little wide - I have a narrower face - did not look good, but loved the tinting for driving and fly fishing in the evening.
Nice glasses -
Just used my new Ghost Sunglasses while flyfishing. They're certainly lightweight, fit well, and the polaroid affect is very good. Still getting used to the color however.
Great quality and clarity, bad fit -
These are a high performing pair of glasses at a reasonable price. However, they did not fit my face correctly (my face is too narrow), so they were returned
Wider than I expected, but fine -
By: NorthoftheBorder from Vancouver Island
These frames are about half an inch wider than my current sunglasses, and just wide enough that I can wear them over prescription glasses. I have an average size head, and my pupils are inboard of center in each lens. The lenses are closer to a yellow/shooting tint than a true sunglass tint. Should be fine for driving, fishing or golf. They definitely cut the glare of the sun on the river. Sometimes I wear contacts, sometimes I wear glasses. These will work in either case.
Great polarized fishing sunglasses at a great value
Not everyone can or wants to spend a lot of money on a pair of sunglasses. But, even the beginner angler should have a pair to see more fish and to protect eyes from the sun, hooks, branches etc. These glasses give you great polarized glasses at a great value.
How they came to be
The strong relationship with our sunglass vendor helped to bring these great glasses to you. While helping to provide a high quality product the vendor took advantage of more widely-used materials that help keep the costs down.
The style of lens is easier to manufacture than our Tri-Spectrum glasses and therefore less expensive for you while giving you the ability to see more into the water an to protect your eyes.
Thermal formed polycarbonate lenses are sandwiched pre-tinted, polarized material then bonded for excellent optical quality. Lightweight, strong, and durable nylon frames maintain their structure in varied temperature shifts while the lenses give you UV protection and provide scratch resistance. Available in brown and gray lenses, in black or tortoise frames.