Bajio

It’s the connection zone, teeming with life. The ocean’s nursery, where countless sea creatures are born and raised.
This is the world in which we live and strive to protect—it’s our passion and our namesake.

OUR LENSES ARE THE CLEAREST ON THE PLANET

The most common response we hear from customers when trying on a pair of Bajíos for the first time is, “Wow, these are so clear—I see more and see better.” Here’s why:

Bajío is taking a completely new approach to light management. While others have technology that reduces yellow light, ours reduces blue light. 

We hear a lot about reducing blue light from computers, but the biggest producer of blue light is the sun. For those of us who spend more time on the water than in front of a screen, blocking the sun’s blue light is critical to our vision and our health.

Using proprietary techniques, Bajío is able to improve lens clarity, reduce blur, glare and haze while enhancing color and protecting your eyes from harmful rays. Blocking 95% of blue light up to  445 nm, Bajío sunglasses block more blue light than any other brand on the market. 

The result: See fish better in Bajíos.

List of products by manufacturer Bajio

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  • You never know what the day will bring. When the fish are hitting, stay focused; if you can’t spot any action, take a siesta. Named after the infamous flat in Islamorada that’s a magnet for monster tarpon and square groupers, Bales Beach is ready for whatever the day has in store—be it the rush of a dawn fishing mission or casual afternoon tending the grill.

  • Spying on fish seems like a ridiculous way to spend your day. Until the thrill of the catch takes over and your reel is screaming as your line runs into the backing. Named after the town flat of Xcalak (pronounced ish-ka-lak) near the Belize border in Mexico (aka bone heaven), all it takes is a short walk and a wade to hook up in Boneville.

  • Transition effortlessly from the flats to the fiesta in the Caballo. Though they appear as the life of the party, their outstanding optics and technical details are up for the challenge of ticking off the feistiest fish.

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  • Some guides have an easy style that masks a wealth of earned knowledge and experience. They’re not trying to impress anyone—that’s simply how they live. The Calda is a classic frame that doesn’t try; it just looks cool just because it is. Named after the big flat off Key West Harbor where permit and barracuda roam in large numbers, see fish better in your...

  • Are you going to lament the one that got away, or tie on another and get back in the game? Leave the past where it was, move on, and you just never know what might come next. The Casuarina was inspired by the Abaco flat surrounded by Casuarina pines where you hear the wispy wind whistle through the branches while casting to and endless stream of bonefish...

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  • Named for the striking white sand flat in Chetumal Bay where you can spot big permit heading straight for you (just before they snub you and turn the other way), Chelem looks good and fishes even better with hidden protection from the interior sunshield.

  • A kind enough stranger asks you, “What do you do for a living?” It’s an honest question. Depending on the day, it could be landscaping, or taking off on a dream fishing trip with no return ticket. With no hint of sarcasm, you sheepishly grin and say, “I mostly fish.” It’s an honest answer. 

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  • Leaving before dawn and staying out past last light. You don’t even have to wonder—your partner in crime with the Nippers is up for it. She’s always in. And her secret weapon—those shades named for the epic bonefish flat off of Abaco (known for holding the giant ones)—will win you over and soon become part of your toolkit as well. 

  • A prized stop on our Odyssey expedition along the Yucatan Trail, Paila is named for the land of the super slam—where skilled anglers catch snook, tarpon, bonefish and permit—all in one day. A hidden gem of a place and a rarity in the world of fishing sunglasses, Paila looks the part of après fishing at the cantina, but is built tough and technical for big...

  • The word for paradise in Spanish, Paraiso was inspired by the anglers’ paradise of Ascension Bay, Mexico—where you fish for permit on the flat all day then kick back on the panga at sunset with a cocktail to witness tailing bonefish and flamingos flying in for the night. Land the big ones and look as great as you feel at day’s end in Paraiso. 

  • Sight-fishing requires laser focus on the slightest indication—that split-second opportunity when you’ll either set the hook or lament over the one that got away. With so much on the line, you need sunglasses that give you every available advantage. Something solid as a rock. Introducing Roca (rock in Spanish), a solid pair of performance shades indeed.

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  • Named after the Islamorada flat that’s home to lazy tarpon and pesky permit, the Swash will keep you coming back for more. Just like when the fish turned away at the last moment before the strike. 

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