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Nothing beats a Hammock for perfect relaxation.

You have a rope hammock on a stand at the dock, a cloth hammock on the porch of the house, and even a lightweight one you take along on camping trips—and you enjoy them all while wearing the Costa Del Mar Hammock Polarized Sunglasses with 580P polycarbonate lenses. The lightweight lenses’ polarization helps cut the glare as you contemplate the water from your lakeside spot, and the 580 technology helps you pick out the birds moving about in the leaves above your campsite sling.

Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • 580 technology blocks yellow light and boosts red, green, and blue light for excellent contrast and definition
  • Lightweight, durable polycarbonate lenses exceed all impact standards
  • C-Wall molecularly bonded coating repels water, oil, and dust, and resists scratching
  • Low-profile integral stainless steel hinges resist corrosion and keep their shape with heavy use
  • Wire core temples provide stability and durability
  • See size chart for information on lens colors
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What are the measurements?

Measurements:



Temple Length: 97 mm

Frame Width: 127 mm

Lens Height: 40 mm

Lens Width: 47 mm

Bridge: 20 mm

Excellent customer service

    I ordered a pair of sunglasses from Backcountry through Amazon. The next day, I received an e-mail from Backcountry explaining that the sunglasses I ordered were not available but to contact them to work it out. After a few minutes of online chat with Drew R, the order was finalized. The process was PAINLESS!! Good customer service has won a repeat customer. I will recommend Backcountry to everyone I know that is in the market for outdoor gear. I can't say enough about good customer service. Well done. BZ

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