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Old 05-18-2004, 11:27 AM
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During the day I wear REVO extreme wraps I can't say enough about their lens quality. During the night I wear clear Ski Goggles and have no problem with my eyes with either.

If I loose my sunglasses again I will try these and they are an OSO sponser!
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I may try them anyway just to have some back up glasses on board. If her eyes are that sensitive the ski goggles may be the only compromise for you two.
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Old 05-18-2004, 11:29 AM
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"Windscreens are like windshields on a custom Harley ... kinda goofy"


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Windscreens are like windshields on a custom Harley ... kinda goofy
Yes, and those bugeye goggles you wear look real cool....
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I really like the Finneys windscreens. Here is a side shot of them on my boat.
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I really like the Finneys windscreens. Here is a side shot of them on my boat.
But you have to install big ol grab handles on your deck. Yuk.
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"Bomber" glasses work well. I was using them before they were a sponser on this site. And they float "For the clumbsey". Anything that fits tight to the face. My girlfriend wears those "Jo-Lo" Glasses and always wonders why she cant see. I gave her a pair of the bombers (The Big Spender I am) and they worked great.
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Floating glasses, I'm bout to jump on that, i lost another pair this weekend, in 3 ft of water
 
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I knew you would be all over that JT!
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It would have been cool if it was a nice, yea i was goin 110 and the wind caught them and they flew off kinda story...but i was sitting in a tube in 3 feet of water drinking a beer, and my friends thought I would look better if the tube was upside-down on my head. Cost of boating for the day=$20, 5 mins in a tube = $100.
 
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Yes, and those bugeye goggles you wear look real cool....
You must be rollin' one of those goofy Harleys
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