Why I Love my Carlita Sunglasses from Ryders Eyewear

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I recently won a gift card for Ryders Eyewear and took the opportunity to try out a new pair of specs. Sunglasses are one of my favorite accessories and I was excited to be able to order a few new pairs.

I ordered the Riders Polarized Carlita as my new fishing sunglasses and am thoroughly impressed. Ryders is a Vancouver-based company that has been in business since 1986.  When I ordered my glasses, I expected to wait, having ordered many products from Canada in the past, but was impressed to receive my glasses within 10 days.

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Here’s Why I Love My New Ryders Eyewear

I always choose Polarized lenses for fishing; the technology allows for seeing fish under the surface. Ryders uses a unique technology where they inject polarization into the lenses rather than gluing lenses together.  I am impressed with the quality of these lenses. The first time I took them fishing I was able to watch many fish chasing my jigs far away from the boat. These are definitely superior to other sunglasses I have tried. Ryders also coat the back of their lenses with an anti-reflective coating to prevent the reflection of light back into the viewer’s eye.  My favorite part of the lenses on these sunglasses is even when they have a slight coloration, it looks almost the same tone as if you were out in the sunlight but with superior eye protection.

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The frames have their Grilamid TR90 technology. This material is light, durable, and flexible.  I have found these to be the lightest and most comfortable glasses I have worn in a long time. I often feel like my glasses start to squeeze my head and feel heavy after several hours. This doesn’t happen with the Carlita.

After wearing the Carlita and comparing it to a few other pairs of Ryders eyewear, my sunglasses brand has changed! They are light, fashionable, and easy to wear. In addition, the polarization in these lenses is some of the best I have experienced for fishing.

Make sure to check out Ryder’s Eyewear!

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