Cocoons Pilot Sunglasses (Large)

The Cocoons Pilot Sunglasses  a stylish, full coverage design that also fits comfortably and securely over your favorite pair of prescription sunglasses. Cocoons eyewear ranks as one of the top selling over prescription sunglasses in the world today. The idea behind the Cocoons line is to protect your eyes and your prescription eyewear from wind, blowing sand and dust, rain and sun providing you with comfort so you can focus on what you're doing. The combination of brow bar, front and side shield lenses, and underside scoops provides you with much more protection from glare and harmful UV light reflecting off the water than conventional sunglasses.

Cocoons feature the Polaré lens system. Extremely lightweight and scratch resistant, these lenses eliminate 100% of damaging UVA and UVB light and are polarized to allow your eyes to cut through glare to see more clearly and accurately, especially below the surface of the water. The flexible hypoallergenic nylon frames are so tough they are covered by a limited lifetime warranty and the temples can be easily contoured to create a secure, comfortable, custom fit. Every Cocoons eyewear comes with a zippered, protective Neoprene case and a Cocoons Duracloth cleaning cloth to keep your lenses clean and clear. Now you can have accurate, optically correct sunglasses, even if you wear prescription glasses, for a fraction of the cost of prescription sunglasses. The convenience of keeping your Cocoons on the boat at all times, ready for use, instead of being forgotten at home is more than worth the cost of the glasses.

Cocoon Lens Fits Over Prescription Frames Available In Prescription
Pilot L Polaré Polarized UV400 to be worn over Rx frames not exceeding 138mm wide x 48mm high (5 7/16"x 1 7/8") N/A

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Comments: Only brand of fitovers to sell yellow lenses, which are a huge difference from amber especially in low light conditions.  Shaw Grigbsy mentioned how great yellow lenses are in his book, but I didn't listen until this year. 

From: Bigpoppabass: Nashua, NH

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