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POPTICALS FISHING SUNGLASSES

Your time on the water is precious, and your sunglasses should enrich the quality of your experience.  Popticals come in many styles and colors that are designed to manage the light conditions you encounter to help optimize your catch. 

Popticals partnered with optics industry leader Carl Zeiss Vision to create lenses that offer visual precision to every fisherman, on any kind of water. Our nylon-based NYDEF® lenses—which are 20% clearer and lighter in weight than polycarbonate lenses used in most other sunglasses—reduce glare and help you to read conditions both at and below the surface. 

On any kind of water, in any kind of light, your Popticals are your essential fishing partner. Afterward, Popticals collapse snugly in their case to fit comfortably and safely in your tackle box or backpack.

Recommended

Popticals fishing sunglasses reduce glare and help you to read conditions both at a below the surface when fishing on any kind of water.

Recommended Lens Color: For offshore fishing, with its fuller exposure to light, we recommend a base gray lens with a blue mirror. For inshore and fresh water, with more vegetation, we recommend copper lenses.

Popticals fishing sunglasses reduce glare and help you to read conditions both at a below the surface when fishing on any kind of water.
Popticals fishing sunglasses reduce glare and help you to read conditions both at a below the surface when fishing on any kind of water.

Recommended Frames: PopAir, PopEdge, PopGear, PopGun, PopH2O, PopSign, PopStar, PopTrail

Insights

Insights

For fishing, polarized lenses are essential. Polarized NYDEF® lenses eliminate or reduce glare and enable you to better read water conditions. For offshore and other big water, mirroring should be considered for its ability to bounce away excess light.

For fishing, polarized lenses are essential. Polarized NYDEF® lenses eliminate or reduce glare and enable you to better read water conditions. For offshore and other big water, mirroring should be considered for its ability to bounce away excess light.

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