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Bought a new pair of Costa Del Mar's because my fishing buddies swear by the 580G glass lenses for sight fishing bass and river fishing trout. I bought the largest frames Costa offers the Hamlins in tourtoise. The lenses are the 580G glass in Green Mirror. These are the best glass for inshore fishing. Took them out of the box, put the strap on and put them on my giant head. They are too small for me. I have a massive head as you will see if we meet up for you to buy them. These are the large frames and would probably be ideal for someone with a normal sized head. I'll include the link to them below. They are ideal for fishing because they are full framed/wrap around style so they block out light from the sides and enliminate all glare. I did take them out to see how well they work on the water and I will say they are incredible at seeing into the water/polarized and reducing glare. Curse my giant head and damn Costa for not making frames for freaks like me. Brand new, case, and floating neoprene strap included. Paid $300 for everything including shipping. Yours for $250 OBO. I'm also open to trades. My loss your gain. They are sick glasses. See link and stock photos

https://www.costadelmar.com/shop/sunglasses/hamlin/13736
 

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Costa makes awesome sunglasses but their customer service sucks. I bought them over 30 days ago so they told me I'm SOL.
 

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Im sorry just reread the post . Missed the part about free neoprene strap :smile::smile: now it make sense.
 

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Yeah exactly. Take it easy Tom. You seem upset about something, your comments come across extremely negative

It's also OBO. That means you can offer lless than retail if so inclined
 
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