Costa Del Mar sunglasses are some of the best eyewear on the market. Whether relaxing on the beach or deep sea fishing days at a time, Costa has a pair of sunglasses for anyone by the water. Of course, finding that pair might present a challenge. With over thirty styles in the Angler line alone, narrowing your choices to the perfect frame will take a little time. But don’t worry, SportRx is here to break down the difference between the Costa Fantail vs Costa Corbina. Learn the nuances of each pair to get the right fit in the style you want.
A solid choice for any angler, the Costa Fantail is the sum of Costa technologies for the die-hard fisherman. These medium-to-large fit frames are so comfortable, you’ll forget they’re even on. Perfect for those moments when your attention needs to be on the fish and not the condition of your equipment. Perform in peak condition with the Costa Fantail.
- Durable yet lightweight TR-90 nylon frame
- Costa patented Hydrolite nose pads and temples for grip and comfort
- Water droplet accents on the temple ends for additional gripp
- Also available: OmniFit Faintail
The Costa Corbina belongs to the Voyager line of sunglasses, Costa’s series for explorers. These frames are perfect for someone who enjoys the beach to the fullest. Comb the sand and hit the surf, the Costa Corbina is a welcome companion on any excursion.
- Co-molded nylon frame for style with durability
- Full Hydrolite nose pads and flexible temples
- Water droplet accents at temple ends for extra functional detail
- Also available: OmniFit Corbina
So Costa Fantail or Costa Corbina?
Even though the Fantail and Corbina belong to the Angler and Voyager line, respectively, the two frames share nearly identical designs. In fact, the Costa Corbina is only millimeters larger than the Fantail across four dimensions and has a slightly shorter lens height of .8 mm. From a size perspective, grab the Corbina if you need wider frames. Style-wise, however, the Corbina has wrapping Hydrolite temples that are incredibly flexible. Our full Corbina video review demonstrates how much spring its temples have, and the camouflage frame pops with the black Hydrolite. All Costa sunglasses come with polarized lenses for a variety of lighting conditions, so grab the frames in the color you want. See in Costa.
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