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Where did you buy your Costa Del Mar sunglasses for fishing at?

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I am looking for some dealers in MN that carrys Costa Del Mar sunglasses. Anybody know of any dealers?

I know of Cabella and that is about it. I also don't want to buy them from online sites because I need to try on my glasses before purchasing.

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I do not know where you can get those kind, but if you are looking for a high end pair of sun glasses, look no longer and click below:

Click here for sun glass's

This is from a well respected and well know member on FM.. wink

I am sure he will let you try them on before you purchase them.

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Reeds,Gander Mountain, Rays marine in Grand Rapids are just a few that I have seen displays at that seemed to have a pretty good selection.

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Shackbash provided the link to a pair of Maui Jim's. I own a pair of those and they are GREAT. Make my pair of Ray Ban Polarized feel like a cheap $10 pair, both in lens quality and in comfort.

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I go the the eye doctor to be honest they usually have the best deals out of anybody. on costas and maui jims.

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Got mine at Joe's in St. Paul. I love mine, got them on sale for $50 bucks too.

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Hey Midcoast, if you are in the market for a nice pair of polarized glasses do yourself a favor and try on a pair of the Oakley A Wires. I have a pair in gold with amber lenses and they are seriously some of the best glasses I have ever used. They aren't cheap but they fit great and the lenses are awesome. Highly recommended.

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Scheels in St. Cloud or Mankato will have them. I ordered my last pair through Scheels and they came in less than a week. Costa 580's, great glasses.

Jim Carroll NPAA #13

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Thorne Bros. has a nice selecton and great customer service too. I really like the Hammerheads, they really keep a lot of light out.

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as stated, Thornes has quite a few in stock.. also Joes and Cabelas have quite a few in stock. I own 2 pair of Fathoms, and now 3 pair of Man-o-War frames by costa.. love the new Man-o-war, make sure you try those on.

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