Polarised Fishing Glasses
Polarised fishing sunglasses will eliminate glare and allow you to spot fish better.
A number of features need to be considered before purchasing fishing sunglasses: Lens material, tint, UV protection, frame and fit.
You will have to choose between glass and plastic. Glass lenses provide the best optical quality, but are more expensive and heavier.
Polarised fishing sunglasses with plastic lenses are lighter and more comfortable to wear. Plastic lenses are also more durable than the glass variety.
Gray tint is suitable for sunny days as they can transmit all colours of the spectrum. Polarised fishing sunglasses with an amber tint are ideal for conditions with low light. Most anglers prefer a tan tint because it provides good contrast and colour perception.
You should always buy a pair that will provide 100% protection from ultraviolet light. Some designs will also protect you from reflected light.
The frame should fit comfortably.
Polarised fishing sunglasses that wrap around will deliver the most comfort and protection. It is also best to look for polarised fishing sunglasses that have a lightweight frame.
A design which includes a lanyard or strap will allow you to remove your polarised fishing sunglasses without losing them. This is useful when you have to bend over.