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I need a new pair, seen it discussed before, give me ur opinions Ags. Been an Oakley guy, ready to move on
Your logic is boggling my mind
Be a man. Ray Ban aviators.
I'm moving from Oakley to Costa Del Mar when I get a new pair. The only question is what style.
This is all I know about Costa Del Mar glasses: I go to their website and I see Kenny Chesney's name.
Really, that's all one needs to know.
This post was edited by MWG 97 2 years ago
Just got these babies about a month ago. Love em.
Costa del mar's. Brine frame (black). Grey 580p (polarized) lenses. About $160.
Brine by Costa, featuring the best in polarized lens technology and available in black, gunmetal, and tortoise with glass or polycarbonate lenses.
Have a pair of costa stringers cause they are a little smaller frame than the brines. Have also had a pair of triple tails, not sure if they even make them anymore but they were awesome. Go to academy or Dillard's or something and just try on a bunch.
You might want to wait for when Maui Jim adds us to their collegiate line.
Good call, I was interested in seeing how they will look, imagine a similar color design to the Bama ones with a block aTm
I'd get a pair of the Maui Jim in collegiate line, they make some great sunglasses
It looks like each school has the same 4 styles. Our frames will just be maroon colored. Not sure where the aTm will go.
I meant on the case, that's the only place I have seen logos.
Went to the sunglass hunt and saw a pair of glasses that I liked, not loved, I liked.
I looked at the price tag, 209 bucks. I politely asked, how do you sleep at night you frickin' prick.
You don't seem to understand. I'm listening. Well, these glasses block Dangerous UV Rays from the sun..
Wellyou don't understand. Just last week, I bought a 25" color tv at Walmart for 180.00. This tv decodes a digital signal from outer frickin space.
Then he told me that these glasses have cable tv and I felt like an idiot;)
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All mentioned are very good choices - add Bolle' & Smith's to the options.
I literally get all of my sunglasses from "steepandcheap.com".
One of those sites that puts various items up. Some of the stuff that goes up isn't any cheaper than you could find on amazon, but a lot of the sunglasses are. Got a pair of polarized Costas (non-glass lense which is cheaper) for $49. A pair of Oakley wire frames for $49, and a couple of pairs of Native Eyewear for around $20.
The annoyance is having to wait for them to come around. I'm guessing they get their stuff on over-inventory periods, so you'll go a few months and never see a pair, and then all of the sudden they'll have tons of sunglasses.
I have a pair of Bolle cruise, I think they're called
Hahahaha! They don't make a van.
I've been an Oakley man my whole life. Only been a man for a couple of years, but you get my point hopefully. My little ole lady got me a pair of Costas. I flel in love all over again. You know the feeling when you put on a brand new pair of socks? That's the feeling I get every time I put on my Costas. I sleep with them at night and the salesman does the same Pauly D.
...who the heck seriously knows except God, and Sumlin. ~ Aggiemom6
I have transition lenses on my trifocals. They work great -- never have to worry about sunglasses! And the best thing, they are already paid for.
Maui Jim is great!
I have ha a set for a little over a year and love them. I'm a little rough on them and have actually snapped both ear pieces and the bridge and sent them back both times and parts were replaced free of charge and sent back in a total, from me shipping to the day I received them, of 6 days. I thought that was incredible.
The lenses are great and I won't buy another brand ever again.
Thanks guys I'm gonna compare and order some
Love my Ray-Ban Polarized Aviators
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