At Xcalak, Mexico, on the border of Belize, there’s a great fishing lodge called Costa de Cocos where the permit are plenty. And whether you’re getting after it out on the Caribbean flat or just chilling on shore, you’ll look good doing it in these. But their classic styling isn’t all they’ve got going for them. Their full metal frames are made with our tough, corrosion-resistant alloy Monel, designed for folks who aren’t afraid to get wet when they’re at play.
News worth reading about sunglass readers: the lenses that help you see the small stuff – from tying a fly to reading a map – will no longer have a visible line around the front of the bifocal area. You can also now get them in the superior 580 technology you’ve come to expect from Costa sunglasses. Many new styles are available for 2015, and we’ve added a third power range of +2.00 that fits in nicely between the +1.50 and the +2.50.