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This is a discussion on Sunglasses? within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by PointnClick Those look painfully cool... do I sense sarcasm??...

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    Quote Originally Posted by PointnClick View Post
    Those look painfully cool...
    do I sense sarcasm??


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    oh wait. My link shows the blue ones.......

    no matter what link i put to the black ones it goes to the blue ones....

    oh well... I have the Flak jacket in jet black with Black Iridium Polarized lenses.

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    No...! I like 'em a lot...

    These are my faves, but it seems the Eye Jackets are discontinued... I've had at least 4 or 5 pairs of them...
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    I have Oakley RX Polarized A-Wires. Best glasses I've ever had. I will only buy Oakley in the future.
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    Jesus.... I am finding new things all day today. Apparently I have the half-jacket.... never knew that. I always thought they were the full flak jacket.

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    I love my Oakleys. Wear them at the range and every match.

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    I absolutely love my Oakley's and would never go without a pair. I have several back-up pairs. I wear mine everyday. I'd like to buy a pair for my 6 year old son but he has to learn how to take care of them first. For now he's still using the cheaper sunglasses, but hopefully we can get him into some Oakley's soon. They don't distort your vision like some others do.

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    My shooting glasses are Oakleys.
    My every day glasses are Arnette Asylum P's. I found them to be much more scratch resistant than previous Oakleys and RayBans I've had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksokie View Post
    I absolutely love my Oakley's and would never go without a pair. I have several back-up pairs. I wear mine everyday. I'd like to buy a pair for my 6 year old son but he has to learn how to take care of them first. For now he's still using the cheaper sunglasses, but hopefully we can get him into some Oakley's soon. They don't distort your vision like some others do.
    Check out REI. They carry some decent polarized kid's sunglasses for $10-$30ish. They are well made and hold up well to a child's adventures.

    RayBan has some kid's versions starting around $40.

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    I've had many pairs of Oakleys and my last pair I purchased were polarized. I now will never go without a pair of polarized sunglasses. I just bought a pair of Ray-Ban Predator polarized and they are my favorite sunglasses I've had so far. The Oakleys just didn't have the sharp clarity of the Ray-Bans, but it is hard to go wrong with either. I also like the Maui Jim's and if you want something extremely lightweight, that is the way to go.

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    +1 on Rayban Predator. Got mine 6 months ago, 1st pair of decent sunglasses I ever purchased in my life, didnt cost the earth ($130US) and perform really well on sunny days at the range, and they look badass.

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    Im going to says Oakleys. Ive been wearing them for years. Ive got several pairs and have had no problems. Had a truck stolen once with a pair in it and i was more pissed about the sunglasses than the truck! lol Im sure there are alot of good glasses out there. Just putting my .02 in.

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    Maui Jim Titanium they rock!!!! For non tactical

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I think they do it for fire and military too.
    Thanks for that tip SIXTO, just uploaded my department ID to them for the discount

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    My sunglasses are as old as the hills. They are "Ray Ban's"...I bought back when I first got my pilot's license...they hook around the ears...they change from light to dark as needed...and I use them almost every day...great range glasses.
    I have watched them like a hawk and used a case to store them. I've had plenty of others, but this pair is very special to me.

    I've had the same pair for close to 40 years...yep, 40 years!

    I'd still buy another pair of Ray Ban's...
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