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If you've nodded your head to any of the above, then you've come to the right place… because thanks to this special dual-color lens color technology, you can have your perfect fishing sunglasses today.
In fact, if you read on a little longer, I will tell you EXACTLY how it works.
But first of all, I want to clear up some smoke and show you how to spot a great lens color.
Now, here comes the good part:
There are only two lens colors that actually matter.
Let me explain…
When combined with strong polarization, the single most important factor of a lens color is contrast.
That's right, if you want to spot more fish, nothing beats more contrast.
This is because the more contrast you have, the better you see the edges of things, which includes the edges of rocks and the edges of fish's fins.
Polarization makes fish visible, but high-contrast lens colors allow them to stand out against the bottom.
Sharpened contrast is especially helpful for fishing flats, shallow trout streams and lake shores. Fish that were invisible before are now within your reach.
But what are those high-contrast lens colors?
When it comes to increasing contrast and resolution, nothing beats amber and copper lens colors.
The reason amber and copper are so effective in enhancing vision is because they reliably filter out all blue light coming from the sun.
You see, the eye's lens cannot focus sharply on blue light which means things tend to appear less sharp or even blurry when using any other color lens.
But when blocking out blue light, the effect is immediate and strong: The moment you put on a pair of amber or copper fishing sunglasses, everything around you appears much sharper and fish stand out against their background.
Even fly fishing legend Tom Rosenbauer says so in his classic book, Orvis Ultimate Book of Fly Fishing: Secrets from the Orvis Experts: Amber and copper lenses are my choice for sight fishing. (page 135)
(By the way, if you haven't already, you should check out his fantastic podcast, The Fly Fishing Guide Podcast).
There's just one problem:
So, which lens color one should you pick—amber or copper?
Or, to put it this way:
What if you wanted to invest in only one set of fishing sunglasses?
The answer might surprise you...
Wouldn't it be great if you could have the 2 best lens colors for fishing—without having to spend your hard-earned money on a second pair?
Fortunately, now you can!
Because FluidTint™ lens lenses combine the advantages of amber and copper in a unique dual-color lens.
And here comes the best part:
This means you can read the water with much more detail, locate cover more easily and spot more fish—at any time of day, all year round.
Watch this short video (16 seconds) to see EXACTLY how FluitTint™ lenses change from amber to copper in the sun.
Sanofan Fishing Sunglasses look good everywhere you go. They won’t look out of place whether in the boat or out to lunch.
Photochromic (color-changing) and polarization technology combined in a single lens
Glare-removal equal to Costa Del Mar 580P lenses
Sanofans fully cover your eyes without sticking to your face
Self-adjusting temples arms. Adjustable temple tips and nose piece. Fits every head ... guaranteed.
For our initial design we gathered detailed feedback from 143 enthusiastic anglers. This enabled us to discard all the fluff and to concentrate on what's actually important on the water.
In other words: Your fellow fishermen made all the hard choices so that you don't have to.
Just take a look and decide for yourself:
Amber in the shade. Copper in the sun. Enjoy perfect vision from low light to bright sunglight. No need to carry multiple pairs of sunglasses.
Removes all glare so that you can spot fish deep below the water's surface. As effective as Costa 580P lenses—but without the price tag.
Modern UV400 protection blocks 99.998% of dangerous UVA and UVB rays as well as high energy blue light.
Amber+copper dual lenses provide the most contrast by far. Spot more fish and watch your step as you wade.
Virtually unbreakable. No flimsy plastic. Makes you look good everywhere you go.
At only 26 g (0.91 oz), your FluidTints™ are so light you’ll forget they’re on.
32° adjustable temple arms, adjustable nose pads, and freely adjustable temples. Fits every head.
Thanks to our direct shipment and online-only sales, we pass on the savings to you.
Secure your pair of today and get a reinforced hard case for FREE... and so much more:
Enjoy perfect vision in any weather and never worry about lens colors again.
Battle-test your pair for a whole fishing season. Compare it to other brands that cost three times as much.
Every pair is safely cradled inside a reinforced hard case that you get for FREE.
If there's anything that doesn't work, you'll get a new pair … immediately.
Free shipping worldwide including to the US, Canada, UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Glare removal is as effective as Costa 580P lenses. At a fraction of the price.
Save $100 or more by not having to invest in higher priced fishing sunglasses.
Enjoy our special VIP support throughout the lifetime of your pair.
FluidTint lenses are hydrophobic, scratch-resistant and highly shatterproof for reliable use in rough environments.
$79 $59 (33% OFF)
Less than 20 pairs available at this price.
Fellow sunglasses brands limit their money-back guarantee to 30 days—and you aren't even allowed to touch your sunglasses—or else the guarantee is void (sources: Costa Del Mar, Smith Optics)
I want you to do the EXACT OPPOSITE...
I want you to test your pair. WEAR IT—see how it feels, how it looks, how it compares with top brand fishing sunglasses you have bought at $150 or $200.
Co-Founder of Sanofan LLC
The moment you put on your Sanofans, all water reflections are gone.
In fact, we guarantee that our FluidTint lenses remove surface glare at least as effectively as Costa 580P lenses.
And this is why:
Polarization is nothing new, but glare removal at the level pro fly fishers demand requires some advanced technical skills.
In particular, precision placement of the polarizing film is crucial. If it’s placed off the vertical axis, much of the polarizing power will be lost.
With FluidTint lenses you can be sure the polarizing film is positioned at precisely the right angle to eliminate any stray rays.
But our precision work doesn't stop there.
Each polarizing film is also safely encapsulated inside the lens, sandwiched between two impact-resistant lens layers.
In other words: The film cannot delaminate, a problem you often see with cheaper fishing sunglasses.
While these sunglasses certainly look cool, they do not darken very much which makes them uncomfortable to wear in bright light.
But there are more serious reasons why grey sunglasses are not a good choice for fishing in general:
Grey lenses do not sharpen contrast at all. Because of this, most anglers agree that grey lenses are not as good for shale water fishing, flats water fishing or trout fishing.
Grey lenses do not block blue light. Even worse, because your pupils widen behind darker sunglasses, much more of this harmful radiation reaches your eyes—completely unfiltered.
Sanofan fishing sunglasses with FluidTint lenses don't have any of these limitations. Not only are your eyes completely shielded from harmful blue light, but you also get the highest amount of contrast in all weather conditions.
FluidTint lenses don't have any mirror coating applied to them, and this is why:
Blue or green mirror coatings certainly look great, no doubt about that. But there is a problem: Mirror coatings block out up to 60% of light, making them uncomfortable to wear in low light conditions like dusk, dawn, or under clouds.
It's like pulling down the window blinds on an overcast day.
FluidTint lenses, on the other hand, were specifically designed to let you see with maximum clarity and contrast at any time of day and in all weather conditions.
Adding a mirror coating would completely remove this advantage.