Fishing Sunglasses

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You should wear sunglasses when fishing because they protect your eyes from damaging sun rays, wind, and sand. Polarized sunglasses and sunglasses specifically designed for fishing also give you the benefits of glare reduction, high-contrast optics, and visibility through the water.

Fly-fishing guides as well as any serious angler considers sunglasses required safety equipment because of the necessary protection they provide your eyes against harmful sun rays and particle debris in the wind, like dirt and sand.

Blue is the best color lens for fly fishing in bright, direct sunlight, but if you need more depth perception in medium light, choose copper or amber. Lenses on the green spectrum are great all-around sunglasses for contrast, and yellow lenses are best for low-light conditions at dawn or dusk.

The Best Sunglasses for Fly Fishing

Our collection of performance sunglasses for fly fishing includes sporty tech options from Costa and Smith for the best optics in any casting scenario. Or, find the features you want in Orvis-branded fishing sunglasses. Whichever you choose, a pair of superior-quality fly-fishing sunglasses changes the way you see the water. They’re quite possibly one of the most important tools for successful casting: Not only do they offer eye protection from the sun's harmful UV rays, but polarized lenses reduce glare to help an angler see fish below the water's surface. If you prefer high-performance lens technology in a classic frame style that looks great in any setting, you’ll find them here. Choose from a variety of lens colors, including yellow, amber, smoke, green, and mirror coated. Our magnifier and reading sunglasses make threading and hand-tying easier under glaring sunlight. Enhance your vision on the water and start seeing the fish before you cast with top-quality fly-fishing sunglasses from Orvis.