Costa Del Mar Tuna Alley vs Tuna Alley Pro

Posted by Sadeem Shameem on

We are seeing a lot of confusion from buyers who think the new style Tuna Alley Pro are the same as Tuna Alley

Let us first tell you the major advancement in the new Tuna Alley Pro.

The PRO Series sunglasses from Costa have a number of features that make them ideal for anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts. These features include the following:

  • Fully adjustable nose pads: These nose pads allow you to create a custom fit that is perfect for your face. This helps to ensure that your sunglasses stay in place, even when you are active.
  • Sweat management channels: These channels help to wick away sweat, so that your vision is not obscured. This is especially important when you are working up a sweat, such as when you are fishing or hiking.
  • Improved Hydrolite™: This rubber grip is more durable and provides a better grip, even when your hands are wet. This helps to keep your sunglasses from slipping off your face.
  • Eyewire drains: These drains help to prevent moisture from pooling inside the frame. This keeps your vision clear and fog-free, even if you get wet.
  • Hooding & Side Shields: These features help to protect your eyes from harsh UV rays and light leaks. This helps to improve your visibility and reduce eye fatigue.
  • Metal Keeper Slots: These slots allow you to attach a leash to your sunglasses. This helps to prevent them from falling off if you accidentally drop them.

Here is a more detailed comparison of the two sunglasses:

Ultimately, the best choice for you will depend on your personal preferences



Tuna Alley

Tuna Alley Pro

Frame Width

138 mm

136 mm

Frame Fit



Frame Size



Frame Material

Costa’s bio-resin

Costa’s bio-resin

Lens Height

41.8 mm

42.3 mm

Lens Width

61.5 mm

60.3 mm


11 mm

16 mm

Lens Material

Costa 580 polarized lenses plastic / glass

Costa 580 polarized lenses plastic / glass


Not adjustable


Lens Color

Assorted colors

Assorted colors

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