Overall: 4.7 / 5 based on 18 reviews
17 of 18 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Very Likeable -
These sunglasses are very comfortable. My eye doctor strongly recommended Maui Jim sunglasses for flyfishing.
Simply the best -
By: Peddler from North Carolina
Maui Jim's are sunglasses made right. For those of us who fly fish and play on the water they've always made good sunglasses targeted at that. This they do by using their hydrophobic finish and playing with light transmission properties so they bring out what needs to be seen and downplays glare and colors that hinder good, clear vision. The reader section is just perfect for tying on flies yet is not so large as to hamper safe wading. I've owned and used Maui's going on two decades. These glasses just set the course for another long stint with them.
Handy purchase -
By: James5000 from Lincoln, Ca
Very helpful when using phone or reading in sunlight. Excellent Maui Jim sunglasses--very lightweight, good optics. Takes a while to get used to readers.
These are the best! -
By: BroncoBri from Canandaigua, NY
These are the best ever sunglasses ever that I've owned. They have outstanding polarization that aids my fishing. Recently I lost a pair overboard and I was crushed emotionally. However, in less that 12 hours I order another pair.
Sun Specs -
By: Gino2 from Florida
Not a replacement for your regular reading glasses, but perfect for the beach and other outdoor activities which require some reading (labels, directions, magazines, etc.)
Excellent all around -
By: PeteK from NYC and Austin, Texas
Top 1000 Contributor
For those of us who sit on the beach with sunglasses and reading glasses perched on our nose, these glasses are the best since sliced bread! No more looking like the resort's number one nerd just so you can read the latest Tom Clancy offering while enjoying the beach Product wise, the lens are excellent. Lightweight while the frames are flexible but sturdy. These are staying in the beach bag.
Sunglass Readers -
I like the look and feel of the sunglasses. However, the reader portion is too small and positioned too low to be of much help unless your head is tilted pretty far back.