Fits over prescription frames measuring less than 138 mm in width by 36 mm in height 5 7/16 inches in width by 1 3/8 inches in height
Cocoons OveRx polarized sunglasses are designed to securely and comfortably fit over a wide range of prescription eyewear frame sizes and shapes. The patented frames are constructed from extremely durable ballistic nylon and feature the Polaré lens system that exceeds the highest level in lens quality, the Class 1 European Standard for optical clarity and performance. All styles feature adjustable Flex2Fit® temples that enable each wearer to custom contour the temple shape for an exact fit that is extremely comfortable and secure. All Cocoons sunglasses feature a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.
Copper Polarized: A general purpose tint that heightens visual acuity and enhances color. Copper is effective in filtering scattered blue light, improving contrast and provides truer color definition than amber. It delivers the brightest field of vision and is applicable for skiing, fishing and all flat light conditions. Light Transmission: 27%
Amber Polarized: Amber is effective for absorbing most blue light waves which sharpens visual acuity, improving depth perception and contrast in variable light conditions. Amber is popular for fishing, driving and general use. Light Transmission: 13-15%
Gray Polarized: This is a neutral color that allows true perception, natural contrast, and the least amount of color distortion of any lens color. Though gray does not enhance contrast, it is ideal for golfing, water sports, marine activities, driving, flying and beachwear. Light Transmission: 14-16%
Blue Mirror Polarized: Same as gray polarized with blue mirror coating to reflect additional glare.
Yellow Polarized: A long time standard in ski and shooting sports, yellow provides excellent depth perception and contrast in low light. Improves contrast and gives a sensation of heightened visual acuity. Light Transmission: 16-20%
The Copper lens will be the best option. It will give you good depth perception and contrast for driving and shallower water fishing and also be ok for use on overcast days. The Gray would be dark but better for deep water fishing. Gray is also more neutral to look through as the Copper will change colors a little bit so some people don't like that. by Edward G Steber
on April 5, 2016 07:00:00