Tri-Spectrum Midway Sunglasses

Reduce glare and look terrific with these polarized fishing sunglasses.


Polarized fishing sunglasses with a smaller frame design for average face shapes in polycarbonate. Polarized fishing sunglasses in tortoise frames with high transmisson yellow lenses and black frames with rose lenses. Tri-Spectrum polycarbonate sunglasses start with frames of the highest quality injected nylon with rubber nose pads and temple tips for a secure fit even in the wettest conditions. These glasses offer excellent coverage for harsh light and are extremely lightweight and durable. The polycarbonate lenses have a repel coating providing anti-static, anti-fog, and water repellent technology. 3-layer blue-violet anti-reflective coating providing maximum back glare protection that reduces internal reflection. 100% UVA and UVB protection. Optical quality lenses. 99% Polarization efficiency. Impact and scratch resistant.


Overall: Show Rating Distribution 3.5 / 5 based on 8 reviews


6 of 8 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.

  • 5/5

    Best All-Around RX Sunglasses - 10/28/2012
    By: from Anchorage, AK
    Top 500 Contributor

    I originally bought these RX sunglasses for fishing. I got the progressive lens, which can be challenging in wrap around glasses. I found these sunglasses to be great for driving as well. They really cut the glare. I recently wore them on a very long day of fishing on the Kenai River in Alaska and they were great! They protected my eyes and did not cause any eye strain despite the changing conditions from bright sun to a driving snow storm at the end of the day (when I caught two monster rainbows within 15 minutes of each other).

  • 5/5

    Good glasses - 10/10/2012
    By: from Pittsburgh, Pa.

    These glasses are excellent quality and finish. The quality of the lens is better than most of my other prescriptiion glasses. My only wish is that the glass option was still available and that they were available in multiple lens colors. Currently only avaialable in amber. If multiple colors were available I would own multiple pairs for different uses. This is my second pair of Orvis prescription sunglasses.

  • 3/5

    Progressive lenses are a NO. - 7/21/2012
    By: from Colorado Springs, CO

    I have worn this style from Orvis for more than 5 years. I recently ordered a new pair due to a Rx change. Unfortunately this lab CANNOT produce a bi-focal lense using the progressive method that is correct in the side fields of vision. Both left and right lens areas were grossly out of focus. After talking with the lab we decided on a small bi-focal added at the bottom of the lense (just big enough to tie on #24's). They gladly replaced my glasses. The new glasses work perfectly. NO NOT ORDER WRAP LENSES IN A PROGRESSIVE RX.

  • 1/5

    Big Oooops !! - 12/13/2011
    By: from Orvis Summit, Reno, Nevada

    Orvis is normally fantastic and I will continue to be a devoted customer, which is the only reason I am taking my time to write this: The Zeiss Sunglasses are great EXCEPT... They came in with the wrong frame (black) and the wrong color lens (amber). The perscription was correct as well as the model of frame. The order was correct and I was helped through that original ordering process by an excellent salesman at the Reno NV store. Part of that process was that I had to talk with a person over the telephone (in some other State) and explain the order exactly which I was happy to perform. I must admit that it was disappointed however. I am awaiting the correct pair of glasses to arrive which the Manager of the Reno store was eager to help me with and who is top notch !!! BTW... Orvis should probably include the Reno Store in the list of "Orvis Authorized Dealers" in your Catalog. Just a suggestion.

  • 5/5


  • 4/5

    nice fishing glasses - 2/28/2011
    By: from Alexandria, LA

    These glasses are lightweight, polarized and very form fitting. Absolutely no worries about them falling off. I thought they were a bit expensive compared to a Costa del Mar, but if they last a long time they will be well worth it.

  • 3/5

    Disappointing Service - 1/21/2011
    Top 1000 Contributor

    Glasses described and pictured as having "rose" colored lenses. They are yellow to copper colored at best. I called thinking I had the wrong lenses and was told sorry, catalog is not accurate, just send them back. Well the prescription lenses were great and I had already reordered thinking that I got the wrong color lenses. Received a nice call explaining the situation and I decided to keep the pair I had. I asked to cancel the second order and was told that it was. Nearly a month later I get another pair of yellow lenses and another bill. Very frustrating. The customer is responsible for correcting all of the mistakes while carrying the cost.

  • 2/5

    Distortion in glasses - 7/18/2010

    The glasses were a difficult adjustment. They distort the view as compared to non prescription glasses. I believe that if curved glasses cannot be accurately made, they should not be made at all. Flat glasses and side screens would be more effective.

    Response from: Orvis Customer Service Team
    Posted: 10/26/2010 5:31:16 PM

    Orvis Customer Service contacted this customer to express regret that these sunglasses didn't meet his expectations, and to apologize for any inconvenience. We want our customers to be 100% pleased with all of their purchases from Orvis. We will gladly exchange or refund any purchase.

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