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Old 05-23-2005, 09:25 PM
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What ever happened to the good old fashioned Oakly Glasses?
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Old 05-23-2005, 09:45 PM
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I buy cheap ones because I can't ever find them after I wear them a couple of times. I must loose two or three pairs a month.
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What ever happened to the good old fashioned Oakly Glasses?

That's what I wear.
Clear safety glasses for night time.
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Scott goggles with no bridging in middle..2 different pairs..the yellow ones that brighten everything up are always real good.
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I wear some cheap WalMart goggle glasses things that seal around your eyes and have a string to draw tight behind your head. At 70-100mph they are the BOMB! My buddy bought them on accident and gave them to me. I am going to buy an extra few pair to have on the boat for passengers when we run fast.
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I buy cheap ones because I can't ever find them after I wear them a couple of times. I must loose two or three pairs a month.



Me too
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Old 05-23-2005, 10:57 PM
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I saw a pair that Thomas was wearing that seals around the eyes and has a magnet that holds the wo lenses together in the front. No wind in the eyes while running fast and when you don't need them, separate the magnet and let the glasses hang from the built in holder thingy. Thye were pretty cool. I'll see if I could get a brand name.
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Highly recommend:

http://www.guard-dogs.com/store/prod...d1918cb82a5bf5
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What ever happened to the good old fashioned Oakly Glasses?
yup , those were the best ,swap out lenses , arms etc , full eye protection. never blew off.
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