OCEARCH Collection | Costa Sunglasses
The Scariest Thing About Sharks is How Fast They’re Disappearing.
Sharks are the lifeblood of our oceans, and they’re disappearing. If the oceans lose their apex predator, the entire ecosystem could collapse. Costa Del Mar
Sunglasses company is a long-term supporter of OCEARCH, an at-sea lab led by explorers and researchers who generate critical data and put science on the side of sharks.
The OCEARCH Collection by Costa is a tribute to the sharks that help keep our ocean ecosystems balanced. The collection features new frames, colors and gear with designs inspired by sharks. Each purchase helps fund research expeditions aboard OCEARCH and their mission to protect sharks.
Like the California point break it was named for, the Rincon is a classic West Coast straight bridge, wrapping style lines and edgy curved temples. The Shiny Black and Smoke Crystal Black colors coincide with the rocks at the end of the bay and the sharks that inhabit it. The big frame, sharp angles, and integrated Spring Hinges combine outstanding function and comfort with beautiful aesthetics. Costa’s Rincon sunglasses reflect the classic right point break and the hard-charging surfers that pioneered the sport.
Located on Auckland's west coast is the isolated black-sand Karekare Beach. These small frames inherit their beauty from the area's unforgettable scenery, and offer thin lightweight construction, optical spring hinges and Hydrolite™ nose and temple pads for extra comfort. Like many of Costa sunglasses, OCEARCH Kare is bio-based.
You'll look like a Maverick in Costa's Half Moon sunglasses, a West Coast inspired beach style that rides the mystique of epic ocean swells. Available in Shiny Black and Tiger Shark as tributes to the Icy water, huge swells and some of the largest sharks in the world that frequent Half Moon Bay. With straight temples, double-cut textures, and integrated Spring Hinges combine outstanding function and comfort with beautiful aesthetics. The sporty beach style of Half Moon embolden the thick, ominous waves of the legendary Mavericks surf break.