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12-30-2014 01:52 PM
ComaShell I've got a pair of Persol polarized which are amazing and also a couple of Flint pairs - got them before the company went bust. Great sunglasses though.
12-30-2014 11:30 AM
FR4NKY I usually wear Oakley gascans when I'm at work and they carry over afterwards
12-30-2014 10:57 AM
onel0wcubn I got some cheap gas station wayfarers

I rock some blue mirrored rayban wayfarers on the occasion..

Von zipper Lomax
and of course my party stoppers..

12-30-2014 09:56 AM
cbrenthus Just got LASIK and the next day I went shopping for my first "real" sunglasses ever (meaning non-prescription).

All polarized:

1. Maui Jims, don't know the name but they're dark - basically my all around sunny day glasses

2. Oakley Tin Foil - amber lenses, I use these for cloudy days and twilight

3. Polaroid - I got these at off 5th, the Sax 5th Ave Outlet store in ellenton, they were basically $100 sunglasses marked down to around $25. These will be my paddleboarding, jetskiiing, maybe even surfing (with a strap) beater sunglasses
12-30-2014 08:11 AM
snowklinger I'm rocking Electric Aviators this year, they are dope. Don't sit on my skull to put up though.
06-06-2014 02:32 AM
neni 10$ sunglasses from the market.
I'm too scatterbrained for expensive small items to last long. Bought expensive glacier sunglasses only once, for hiking, used them two times, and now they're somewhere in Anchorage, misplaced in a store - I guess . (The remote control of the Drift cam is somewhere in Alyeska )

Brought a bunch of these cheepo sunglasses to an optician friend to test their UV protection: they all passed. He told me that this isn't unusual cos it isnít hard/expensive to make them with proper UV protection.
06-05-2014 10:47 PM
augie Oakley deviations
Smith serpico's
Von zipper snarks
06-03-2014 09:36 AM
poutanen These...

They're polarized, CSA/ANSI certified for when I'm on and off construction sites all day, they're $40 or so a pair, and work buys them for me!
06-03-2014 07:20 AM
BoardWalk Whatever is semi-cheap, too disposable.
06-03-2014 12:52 AM
NewbALewb I like Revo's myself. I personally think they have the best lenses.
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