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Old 07-01-2011, 02:56 AM
robertmendonca184 robertmendonca184 is offline
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Default The Best Pair Of Sunglasses For Fishing And Boating?

The ultimate boating and fishing sunglass should fit well, have a full field of vision, have good top, bottom and side protection, and should be polarized with a UV filter in the monomer or UV coating. To even further enhance ones vision while wearing sunglasses, a back surface anti-reflective coating will decrease the amount of light reflected to your eyes from the back of the lens. Are crucial while on the water to block the surface reflection and prevent the glare from interfering with your vision. Polarized lenses enable you to see not only the fish in the water, but also any object that may be just under the surface of the water prior to hitting it.
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Old 09-01-2011, 08:50 AM
Williams CTS Williams CTS is offline
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Yes I agree with you. If you want to spend your time boating, skiing or fishing, a pair of good polarized sunglasses will help to enjoy your life outdoors.
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