Guideline Eyegear Swift

Guideline Eyegear Swift

[dropcap]I[/dropcap] recently was introduced to Guideline’s Aluma series of polarized shades. I  was pleasantly surprised by the comfort of the quality built metal frames and the brown polycarbonate polarized lenses. In the past, I have found that wearing metal frames for long periods of time is uncomfortable but that was not at all the case with Guideline’s new Swift model. I recently spent a couple weeks traveling in Florida with the Guideline Swifts and the brown lenses performed well on the flats, in the blue water, and on the highway. The matte black finish is subtle and understated with rubberized nose pads and temple tips that are well designed for both function and comfort.

Swift's on the shark tagging trip off of Broad Key, FL.

Swift’s on the shark tagging trip off of Broad Key, FL.

Guideline Eyewear has many great styles available, all with the same quality polycarbonate lenses that performed so well for me in Florida. Their new Aluma series dresses up the sport fishing line just enough making them more versatile without sacrificing comfort or performance. ($79.95)

Check out the Swift and the rest of their line at the Guideline Eyegear website.



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