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Old 04-26-2002, 12:57 AM
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www.bomber2000.com
www.bombersunglasses.com

I have worn them for years, since I started racing PWC. They are cheap, comfortable, and they FLOAT without a floatie/croakie, since the temples are lined with HydroTurf; the soft stuff in the footwells of PWC.
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Hey Sydwayz23,

I tried to email and call about the "bombers" and got no response. What is up with them?

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Every year at the Annapolis boat show there is a booth selling sunglasses. They got the cheap ones and the good ones. In the cheap section at 2 for 20 bucks are some nice glass lens wrap around sunglasses that work great at speed. I always pick up a couple of pair to make up for lost ones.

On the Sea Doos we wear Bobsters-they are like a small goggle-about 9 bucks on E bay. They work real well, but you look like a bug

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I have not bought any in a long time, but I need to replace a few pairs that are worn. I do remember that it will take a while to get a response back. The manufacturer (bomber2000.com) is the only person I have bought from, but I met the retailer (bombersunglasses.com) at a boat show last year, and I think you may have better luck going thru her. They are worth checking out. I love mine, and at that price, they are almost disposable.
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Thumbs up Got a pair of Bombers !

Just received a pair of Cherry Bomb Bombers - for $25 to my door, seem nice, eand realistically priced. Very snug fit on the sides of the head. Have not tested at speed yet, but the optics seemed decent - used them on way drive in to work this morning (there was lots of sun glare).
 
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Did you stick your head out the window ??
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