Costa Women’s Sunglasses Size Guide
Knowing the right fit has never been easier for Costa sunglasses. Today, Sunglass Rob and Costa’s Jonathan Weikam share our favorite picks from the Costa catalog. All Costa sunglasses feature polarized lenses with a 99.9% polarization efficiency with color enhancing technology which you can find out more about here. Available in large to small sizes, finding the best frames to match your lifestyle is just a video click away with our Costa women’s sunglasses size guide below.
To give you a taste of what Costa has to offer, first have a look at the Costa Cook. These unisex, large fit frames are classic aviators with oversized lenses that we’ve reviewed here. But don’t let their size fool you. Made with Beta Titanium material, these frames are lightweight and rest comfortably on your face and stay put with Costa’s Hydrolite technology. And don’t worry about taking these out for a long ocean cruise, the titanium frame has amazing corrosion resistance.
The Costa Cook is a great frame for everyday outdoor wear, but if you plan to reel in a marlin on the open water, check out the Costa Bayside. Designed with a sweat management system to keep them on your face as you’re on the go, these medium fit frames are great for any outdoor activity. By no means are these hardcore-lifestyle exclusive. Lightweight like the Cook, you can sport these any day of the week. We love these frames so much we even dedicated an entire video review to them here.
The small fit Costa Riverton is next on our list. These oversized oval lenses are perfect for maximum coverage without compromising performance for style that features spring hinges and Hydrolite to remain in place all the time. They also feature Costa’s eco-conscious bio-based resin frames, which are great for putting your prescription lenses inside.
Want the aviator look but not the oversized lenses of the Costa Cook? Check out the new medium fit Costa Piper and our video review. The smaller lenses are complimented by Hydrolite finished nose pads and temples to prevent slippage with increased activity. Anybody that has the Costa Loreto will fit right into the Costa Piper.
Speaking of the Costa Loreto, these frames are still great contenders for your attention. Featuring a corrosion resistant Monel frame, you can take this medium fit frame out on the ocean without worry. If you plan to do some serious outdoor activity, the medium fit Costa Loreto is just what you need.
Our next pick is the Costa Isabela. Large fit, TR-90 nylon frames give you ample coverage with its wrapped design. Sporting spring hinges and hydrolite nose pads, the Costa Isabela is an excellent choice for performance and style.
If you want a frame with more feminine charm, take a look at the Costa Kare, a cat-eye style small fit frame with the spring hinge technology and Hydrolite that keeps them aligned all the time.
Now the Costa Anaa has some awesome features. Offered in trilaminate color arrays, these medium fit frames were crafted to look like beautiful lifestyle pieces but perform like sports frames with the same TR-90 nylon that its cousin the Costa Isabela is made from. Bask in the sun and then run along the surf, the Costa Anaa is freedom on the beach in style.
Like Costa Cook and Piper, the Costa Caballito is designed in unisex fashion. Its sportier look is not just for show, the wide bridge supports wider lenses that wrap the eyes for more coverage for a perfect medium fit. Likewise, the Costa Caballito is made with that heavy-duty nylon for enhanced durability. It’s the perfect blend of lifestyle and performance. If you are looking for more performance, consider the Costa Fantail. We did a review of both right here.
The Costa Inlet is one of Costa’s smaller frames, but they feature the same springe hinge technology, polarized lenses, and durable nylon construction that Costa puts into their frames. The accent that sets the Costa Inlet apart from the rest of the Costa catalog is the high contrast logo that embellishes the temples.
So far all of the Costa pieces have been full frame designs. Not the Costa Pawleys. This half frame of TR-90 nylon and metal is a must pick for anyone wanting to have that vintage look with the reliability of the Costa name. You can even get these large fit frames with 580P or 580G lenses!
For the perfect classic frame, look no further. The medium fit Costa Playa is here. With their spring hinges, kick back on the beach in style and watch the sunset with these comfort fitting frames.
If you want sportier lenses than Costa Playa’s teacup lenses, check out the small fit Costa Tippet. It features the same TR-90 nylon frame like the Playa and its Hydrolite nose pads. Excellent choice for anyone looking for sunglasses with a small fit.
Now these medium fit frames are the perfect lifestyle pieces for anyone thinking about grabbing Costa today. The Costa Copra has the distinguishing keyhole bridge and offers full coverage with its lightweight nylon frame. Men and women can enjoy these in a wide variety of frame and lens colors.
Another retro-styled frame, the 1950s inspired Costa Prop is undeniably chic. Featuring Costa’s Hydrolite nose pads and temple tips, you can personalize your medium fit frames in six sporty colors, and take a stroll on the beach in style.
And for our last entry in the Costa catalog, we have the Costa Trevally. These small fit frames are exactly what any angler needs. With co-molded temples and hydrolite polish where you need it most, the Costa Trevally is a frame that stays in place as you reel in your catch.
Prescription Lenses for Costa Sunglasses at SportRx
Hopefully our Best Costa Women’s Sunglasses Size Guide has helped you pick the perfect Costa frames for you today, but if you still have questions please contact us. Here at SportRx we have certified opticians with the answers. We have a large selection of Costa products and we offer the best prescription lenses for your frames for the perfect match.