There is nothing more frustrating than falling off your jet ski and loosing your expensive pair of sunglasses at the bottom of a lake, or watching your sunglasses bounce off the deck of your boat into the water,
never to be found again.
I just bought my kid a brand new pair of expensive polarized sunglasses. We did not have floating eye wear cords on our sunglasses. We went to raging waters and started with a gentle ride in Amazon Adventure, a slow
moving river ride that allows you to bask lazily in the sun while coasting around an endless waterway. We rode the tube under a waterfall and the glasses came off. The glasses sank to the bottom and got swept away
by the current. We never found them.
If you have prescription designer sunglasses, the cost of that eyewear can be very high. You can protect your glasses by using these eyewear floats when ever you go boating, jet skiing, fishing, kayaking,
canoeing, river rafting, or any other sport on water.
The Chisco eye wear retainers keep your glasses afloat if they fall into the water. This floats consists of a Neoprene material over a neoprene float. The neoprene tube slips tight over
the frame and holds by friction. They come in two float thickness. The regular thickness is called the Neo Floating Retainer for plastic lenses which are light and do not need much to keep them floating. The Neo
Mega thickness is for glass lenses with metal frames that are heavy and need maximum floatation.