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post #16 of 27
hmmm, im gonna get getting laser surgery in the next month or so, ill need to start thinking about getting me some nice sunglasses, those maui jims definitely look nice. the whitecap and seafarer look pretty nice, but ill need to find somewhere that caries them, i would never buy sunglasses without seeing what they look like on my noggin first
post #17 of 27
Check a Sunglass Hut in any big mall near you.
post #18 of 27
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Originally Posted by TheMarchingMule View Post
Neat, maybe the lightness of carbon fiber will solve my problem with being Asian; Ray-Bans are so heavy they keep sliding down my nose.
rayban is by far the most racist sunglasses on the market.
post #19 of 27
I have a pair of Serengeti's. They HAD very good optics, until I had to get prescription lenses fitted.
post #20 of 27
i got a pair of sunglasses from Sunglass Hut in the local mall, and i had it in its case for like a year, and i opened the case to take them out when summer came, and both arms fell off, broken at the same place. Evidently the plastic actually broke down over time and they fell apart. I only owned them for maybe 3 years. Very strange.
Lousy $25 shades!!!
post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by elbuzzard View Post
rayban is by far the most racist sunglasses on the market.
post #22 of 27
I've owned my pair of Raybans for over four years now and I still wear them daily. I guess if anything ever does go wrong I can try some of these other companies.
post #23 of 27

I own a pair of Ray-Ban RB-3025 Polarized Sunglasses

post #24 of 27

I only wear Persols (13 pairs, not counting the the 4 that I gave to family members).

post #25 of 27

holy thread revival batman... i usually wear sunglasses with a prescription, but I believe lindberg frames paired with zeiss lenses are some of the best stuff money can buy. 

post #26 of 27

Whether or not they're the best I don't know.  However, American Optical used to make microscopes years ago.  They still make sunglasses, and it's possible to order them with GLASS lenses, either polarized or not.  I have/had a pair of polarized glass lens sunglasses from them.  I loved them.  Optics are excellent.  Then they were lost somewhere in the house by my family, a little over a year ago.  Yeah.... that's really true.....

 

Anyway, although they're not dirt cheap, they're certainly less expensive than many of the boutique brands mentioned.

 

http://www.aoeyewearonline.com/


Edited by saidentary - 7/18/15 at 9:24pm
post #27 of 27

I own a 2 pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses, one is polarized lenses other one is photochromatic lenses, bought online from Lenspick

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