The first up is the Under Armour Storm series of glasses. Whether you're fishing saltwater or freshwater, the UA Storm series of glasses are well suited to meet your needs with lens technology that is resistant to oils and saltwater.
I tried their blue polarized lens and was impressed with their ability to eliminate glare in the brightest of conditions. I had my little boy, Aidan, with me on several bowfishing trips this summer as he was in pursuit of his first fish with a bow. I bought him some cheap polarized glasses from Walmart so he could at least have something to help cut the glare on the water. Unfortunately, they were pretty worthless. Aidan couldn't see what I could see. He quickly grew frustrated at his inability to see the fish that I was trying to point out to him. I swapped glasses with him and immediately realized the problem. Aidan wore my UA Ranger Storm glasses and was back in the game. He went on to shoot the biggest fish of his life.
Unlike other bulkier glasses, the UA Storm series glasses are very light with their Ultra-light Armour Fusion frames. The frames are built from a combination of titanium and Grilamid for super strength and flexibility.
You'll find a comfortable and secure fit with these glasses due to their Three-Point Grip system and adjustable nosepad. The Scout series glasses meet and exceed the ANSI Z87.1 safety standards for eyewear and all UA performance Eyewear lenses block 100% of UVA, UVB and UVC rays.
I've tried...and love...both the UA Captain Storm glasses as well as the UA Ranger Storm glasses for bowfishing and everyday eyewear protection. Check them out at www.underarmour.com