Korda Wrap Sunglasses

  • £24.99
  • (Delivery from £2.00)
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  • Cuts down glare to allow you to see your quarry
  • This timeless style is uber-cool
  • Wrap-around sunglasses
  • Snug-fitting design
  • Cuts out as much light as possible
  • Gloss black (brown lens)

Korda Wrap Sunglasses

The Great British weather is famous for its unpredictability, which is why it pays to have a good quality pair of polarising sunglasses on you at all times. Whether you’re angling in bright but overcast conditions, full sunlight, or low light dawn and dusk conditions a pair of polarised sunglasses are absolutely essential for your carp fishing success. Helping you to see deeper through the water, polarising sunglasses not only cut through the glare on the surface of the water but they also enhance colour contrast and saturation. This helps you spot the dark shape of a carp under the surface of the water, allowing you to pick out your ideal swim quickly and target your angling precisely. These Korda Wrap Sunglasses have been designed in the traditional wrap-around style to give you maximum visibility throughout your entire field of vision and stopping any excess glare through the side of your glasses.

There are two different lens and frame options in the Korda Wrap range. The first of these is a gloss black frame filled with a brown lens. This is the ideal lens choice for the majority of your carp angling and, especially when paired with a top end angling hat, can operate effectively form bright sunlight to overcast conditions. The second option is a yellow lens in a glossy olive frame. This is the ideal choice for the angler who likes to target carp in low light conditions, for example when you’re angling at dawn or dusk. These yellow lenses amplify colour, allowing you to make out dark shapes more easily.

As with the entire range of Korda Sunglasses, these glasses have been designed in a classic style to ensure that they look as good off the bank as they do on it. If you want to be able to see deeper through the water, right into

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