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GT Sunglasses

For those full on bright, sunny fishing conditions. Our founder, Tom uses these for fishing off the coast when the glare gets harsh.

Comfort wrap around styling, with a larger lens front means less light leak. Less interference.

Blue mirrored finish with a grey internal polarised lens, means less glare. Keeping you focused on the fishing.

A particularly great choice for those coastal and offshore situations with extreme bright sunlight. Think the Flats, Mexico, Costa Rica……

✓ Perfect for sun and spotting fish
✓ Bi Focal (not varifocal) Magnification option in lower third to tie on flies
✓ Soft touch bendy frames to prevent breakages
✓ 100% polarised lenses to cut through low light situations
✓ Ultralight for great comfort all day
✓ Light touch arms for zero pressure on temple
✓ Wrapped frames to eliminate light ingresscase

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Customer Reviews

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M.M.H. (Plymouth, GB)
Glasses

Great glasses, I’ve been using them all week on mullet and bass fishing and the magnification is brilliant, one changing glasses. Even better with a free hat 😉

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KEVIN TIBBOTT (Bridgnorth, GB)
GT sunglasses

Very good glasses.great clear under the surface vision...plus enlarged vision for knots etc

Good to hear you're enjoying your GT's as much as us! Thanks from Team Sunray.

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Denis Farquharson (Carnoustie, GB)
Sunglasses

Very pleased with them just a pity we haven’t had much sunshine in our part of the country.

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Jamie Johnson (Liverpool, GB)
Love them

Great sunnies super clear and I like the 1.5x option a friend tried mine on and bought a pair also...... fast deliver and service.

Thanks Jamie, great to hear!

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R.P. (Dublin, IE)
Great

Along with the low light pair, i got these for bright days and went n got a spare pair cos they really cut out glare and i can see everything under the surface

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RIMANTAS BOGUZAS

Thanks

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paul bright (Manchester, GB)
Glasses

Brill just the job bit over price but worth it missed out on free cap