Lifestyle Press Release

Costa Leads Fall Style Trends with New Seapoint, Tern

Costa's new Seapoint in coconut fade with gray 580P lens.

Costa introduces two new sunglasses, Seapoint and Tern, as part of its late 2014 collection. Both are a perfect blend of premium performance technology and the fall season’s throwback trend.

A classic aviator shape, Seapoint offers a medium fit that’s large on style. The frame features Costa’s patented, nearly indestructible co-injected molded nylon construction, sturdy integral hinges and no-slip Hydrolite nose pads. Frame colors include white + black, black pearl, coconut fade, black fade and scotch. Seapoint starts in retail at $149.

Named for the slender seabirds, Tern features a sleek, rectangular frame shape with 5-barrel optical hinges and no-slip Hydrolite nose pads. Available colors include pomegranate fade, coconut fade, topaz fade and shiny black + amber. Tern starts in retail at $159.

Both Seapoint and Tern can be customized with Costa’s gray, copper or amber 580P™ lenses. Costa’s 580 lenses block yellow light – the harshest light – from entering the eye at the 580 nanometer on the light spectrum. The result is an unmatched level of polarization and razor sharp color enhancement.

The 580P lenses feature a premium anti-reflective coating, and protect against harmful UV rays, allowing eyes to truly relax while on the water, as well as the brand’s C-WALL™ technology, a highly specialized oleophobic and hydrophobic coating which repels oil, water and dust.

“Our goal when we design all of our sunglasses is to seamlessly combine our 580 lenses – the clearest lenses on the planet – with the season’s latest style trends and colors,” said Chas MacDonald, president of Costa. “Seapoint and Tern are perfect examples of that combination coming together.”

Seapoint and Tern can also be custom fit with Costa’s premium Rx lenses, through an authorized Costa Rx partner. For more information, and to see more images of Costa’s sunglass styles, visit


Liza Jones, 864.672.9615 (office), 864.270.0722 (cell)
Heather Miller, 864.672.4994 (office), 864.607.7922 (cell)

Image courtesy Costa

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