Polarized Sunglasses



SDMF

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Maui Jim, Rose colored lenses. You're going to beat your head against a LARGE rock for not having had polarized sooner.
 

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Can you provide an amazon link for them? I seem to find it helpful to be lead like a sheep on some things.:;:huh
 

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Costa 580G lenses with green mirror amber base lens. Unparalleled scratch resistance is a real bonus.
 


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They all fit different and the lenses are all different as well. Go to a dealer and try several pairs on, take them outside on a sunny day and then shop online for a deal.

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Just make sure you go with a quality brand.
 

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Costa 580G lenses with green mirror amber base lens. Unparalleled scratch resistance is a real bonus.

I have these, too, I've owned 3 pairs of them if you include the set of amber/blues I had too. Maui's are better optically.
 
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Try on a model with the high transmission (HT) lens (not so dark) from Maui Jim's.

15 years of MJ's for this guy. The best IMO.

Costa have the saltwater guys convinced though... I see them wearing Costas predominantly.

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P.S. Very tough to find a deal with MJs. So I order from them direct. Figure if I have trouble it's best that way - but never had a warranty issue.
 

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You can get glass or poly. Prescription poly Mauis are better than prescription glass Costas.
 


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Or you could have one ear slightly lower than the other and not be able to wear anything that won't snug against a hat. So Oakleys for me.
 

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Or you could have one ear slightly lower than the other and not be able to wear anything that won't snug against a hat. So Oakleys for me.

Do you sorta look like "sloth" from the Goonies?
 

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I have a little cauliflower ear on one side. Oakleys are the only glasses that work for me as well.
 


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Gotcha.

try the Maui Jim Ho'okipa. I have those in HT with built in readers (they come without too). They are super light and straight bow Oakley style and I think they might work. I sometimes put them up on cap after sunscreen slather.
 

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Gotcha.

try the Maui Jim Ho'okipa. I have those in HT with built in readers (they come without too). They are super light and straight bow Oakley style and I think they might work. I sometimes put them up on cap after sunscreen slather.

I shall definitely check them out. Thanks!
 


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