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Old 04-09-2011, 07:53 AM
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I am looking for, good quality, comfortable, driving sunglasses. Something that will keep the air out of my eyes, as they get watery, when driving out on the lake, any suggestions, would be appreciated. Thanks
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Old 04-09-2011, 08:11 AM
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http://www.maxxsunglasses.com/products/rider.html these are only about 20.00 bucks,,,but you wont care if they overboard

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The best glasses I have used are Startlite saftey glasses. I buy them by the box. I use them riding the bike and on the boat. They are cheap if I loose them in the water or if they get scratched up. I just grab another pair. I have seen to many guys loose there $200 glasses in the water.
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love these just had to get a new pair after i slammed the old ones in a trunk..

http://www.westmarine.com/webapp/wcs...classNum=11050
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I suggest not buying a set thats polarized...
Hard to read the waves when the sun hits them at different angles. Not to mention reading the GPS screen.
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I have a pair of Oakleys that wrap a bit & R tight against my brow!!! mine happen 2 B script but they work great!!!
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WileyX are the best I have found. Snap in goggle insert is vented and keeps the glasses fog free. Stops the eyes from watering and look good too!

http://www.wileyx.com/EcommSuite/Pro...SeriesCode=559
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Originally Posted by 4mulafastech View Post
WileyX are the best I have found. Snap in goggle insert is vented and keeps the glasses fog free. Stops the eyes from watering and look good too!

http://www.wileyx.com/EcommSuite/Pro...SeriesCode=559
+1...Their goggles are also good.
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Bomber sunglasses.com .... good quality glasses and they have A-bomb style floating glasses w/ all different lenses for boaters.......
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