Costa sunglasses is further cementing its legacy of partnership with fishermen by announcing its debut of the new 'Jose' sunglass style - named after legendary angler Jose Wejebe from the TV show Spanish Fly. These frames are made of indestructible nylon and provide a comfortable 'forget-they're-on' fit, and they come in black or tortoise. Jose Wejebe said, "I've been wearing Costa's for years, and for them to name a new style after me is like a badge of honor." Costa is in Las Vegas today with most of the nation's fishing specialists at the ICAST show, or International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades. Costa is also rolling out its new polycarbonate (PCB) lenses to fit the 'Jose' frame, orany of its other existing frames. The new lens will come in the highest grade, known as the 580 lens, but will be more lightweight and impact resistant than its 580 predecessors that are made of glass. Glass lenses are still available in popular colors like blue mirror and green mirrow, and 580 Polycarbonate color options include grey, copper and amber. Consult the web for more information at www.CostaDelMar.com and www.TheWateryRave.com.
PhotoProvidedByCosta: The new 'Jose' frames and 580PCB lens