Stop the Glare with BluBlocker Sunglasses

BLOCK harmful ultraviolet rays with the super-sleek wraparound Black Viper BluBlocker Sunglasses.

The amber Malenium lenses block 100 percent of UV light but also 100 percent of blue light. When you block blue light, objects tend to appear sharper and clearer and squinting is dramatically reduced.

With a glossy black frame and functional, durable styling that’s perfect for all water activities and more, they’re the ideal all-round go-anywhere active sunglasses for you and your family.


The Viper’s large, rubberised elements can cushion a blow and fit comfortably on your face through the most active days, and the unique side lenses assure you’re seeing nothing but crisp, clear BluBlocker vision.

Ultra-light nylon construction provides superior comfort and durability and the hinges are thick and durable. The nose pads are rubberised, with little air holes for a more comfortable fit that will also let your skin breath while working up a sweat. A little rubberised section is also moulded to the end of the arm to improve grip behind the ear.

BluBlocker Sunglasses are available direct from the Australian distributor at

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    Hi. I came to your site trying to buy BluBlocker glasses from an Australian seller. Your site shows and descibes them, but can I buy from you, and if so, which models do you have, and how do I buy them (there were no ‘buy now’ buttons to click).

    • Bush 'n Beach Fishing mag

      Hi Paul, no sorry mate we don’t stock any BluBlocker or other sunnies sorry. However I just looked into BluBlocker and can no longer find any info for them in Australia. I think they may have folded or otherwise left the Aussie scene. You could possibly buy them internationally but I’d say postage would be a bit of a bummer. Sorry we can’t be more help!

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