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Old 08-07-2005, 03:55 PM
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Check out Kaenon,nice stuff. Doug
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Oakley Polarized for me...
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Old 08-07-2005, 04:28 PM
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I've owned numerous pairs of Oakleys, they are exceptional quality, but I loose glasses maybe once a week. I can't ever remember where I set them down so I just buy cheap glasses anymore. I have four or five pairs of bombers that I usually find at marina's for about 20 or so dollars. Good enough for me and if I loose them I have back up pairs stashed in my boat and truck.
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We like the Dragons,www.dragonoptical.com
I go with the Dragon "Box" Polarized.

Only thing I wish is they would float. Lost two pair.
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WileyX.
A great cross between goggles and glasses.
And only $80-$90. The lenses are plastic, but they are interchangable, so its easy to pop in new ones. I got these, SG-1. Made for paratroopers.

http://www.wileyx.com/sg1.php
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Old 08-07-2005, 10:03 PM
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well i hate tell you guys this but my step son works at maui jim. i have 2 pair right now. best glasses i have ever had on. the pair i was wearing today only weigh 11 grams. don't even know they're on your face. there are lighter ones also. they wouldn't work for boating. i wear the mj sports for this. maui jim is also a great company to work for. they treat there people like they are all family. they could teach a lot of companys how to treat their employees. they encourage their employees & their families to wear their glasses. so i pay a little more for mj than you guys pay for gas station glasses. they are very easy to deal with on the customer service end also.
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Old 08-07-2005, 11:18 PM
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For years now I have used Maui Jim's. They wrap well and no glare. Heck, they'll even repair yours if you break them or damage them for $18.00!!! I did it twice now. They stopped making one pair of mine so they sent me the newest version new for free!

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If you like new technology, check out FishGillzUSA.com
These glasses float, so they have to be super light...Nice wrap around frame that blocks out wind.

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REVO H20'S---NEVER USED ANY BETTER
Yep, that's what I have. Love them. Glass lenses don't scratch easy, polarized, and they have a coating on the lenses that resist water spots. Got them at sunglasshut. Kind of pricy but well worth it www.revo.com they are actually the mdl. 3050 Flex

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Costa Del Mar Fathom with a blue lens are fantastic. Wouldn't buy another.
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