Blue Otter Duck Lens by Zeiss

Specifically designed for hunting in low light conditions.


Duck Lens by Zeiss

As any duck hunter worth his or her salt knows, you’ve got to stay out of sight if you’re going to have any success at all. That’s why they call them “duck blinds.” Because it...well, you get it. There’s no sense in hauling your shotgun and your gear out to the woods if you’re going to stand out in the open and scare all the fowl away.


Similarly, if you’re going to set up properly, why would you wear sunglasses that throw off enough glare to make you visible to ducks from miles away? There are easier ways to sabotage your next hunting trip. You could just jump up and down and wave your arms.


The best hunters know that they need sunglasses that minimize or eliminate glare to keep from scaring away every duck in a 10-mile radius. And that’s where Blue Otter Polarized Sunglasses come in. We offer a new Duck Lens that’s become an essential addition to every blind bag in every hunter’s closet in the US.


Comfortable, stylish, and indispensable, the Blue Otter Duck Lens is quickly becoming the new must-have item for duck hunters everywhere.

Blind Bag Essentials

The Blue Otter Duck Lens keeps you invisible to fowl so you can focus on remembering the other essential aspects of your duck-hunting experience.


And just what are those essentials? Here’s a list of some of the most important things we bring with us on most of our duck hunting trips.


  • Whistle
  • Duck strap
  • Sunglasses (or, to be more specific, Blue Otter Polarized Duck Lenses)
  • Multi-tool
  • Choke tubes and wrench
  • Bug spray
  • Binoculars
  • Cell phone
  • Zip ties
  • Face mask
  • Hand warmers
  • Snacks
  • Earplugs
  • Decoy gloves
  • First-aid kits (one for humans, one for canines)


Some of these items you can leave at home, depending on where you’re going. For example, you might not need bug spray depending on the time of year and the area in which you’re hunting. You might not need hand warmers if you’re in the south in the middle of summer.


One of the items we’ve left off the above list is one that doesn’t come easy: experience. You’ll notice that your checklist grows as you go on trips and you find yourself in need of a tool or piece of equipment that you didn’t think to bring along. And only experience will tell you what those items might be.


If you’re new to the sport and want to get a headstart, bring an experienced duck hunter with you on your next trip. Use their checklist and take their advice to heart. You’ll be glad you did.

The Best Duck Hunting Sunglasses

Don’t forget to add Blue Otter Duck Lenses to your next checklist. These glasses won’t throw off any glare, won’t fog up when the going gets humid, and are incredibly comfortable to wear for long periods of time. A premium product at a highly reasonable price, these sunglasses will help you ensure your next duck hunting excursion is your most successful one yet.