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  1. #16
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    Sep 2011
    ft laud, fl
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    Maui Jim's. I found a perfect pair of Mauis and months later I cracked a lens. I sent them to have both lens replaced for $62. I was surprised to get back a brand new pair with a hard case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zigzag View Post
    Maui Jim's. I found a perfect pair of Mauis and months later I cracked a lens. I sent them to have both lens replaced for $62. I was surprised to get back a brand new pair with a hard case.
    That’s cool Zigzag. My other sunglasses with a Rx are MJ’s.
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    Since I hunt central Florida beaches, I use non polarized prescription wrap around sunglasses. Non polarized so I can see the screen better, prescription so I can see everything better and wrap arounds to help keep out side glare and the ever present blowing sand.

    Just the solution for my situation....
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  4. #19
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    Scout

    Nov 2004
    NW Florida
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    Non polarized due to screen distortion, and I use the ones with the cheater lens in the bottom. I have a dark pair for bright sun and a lighter bronze pair for evening or overcast days. It works for me.
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  5. #20
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    Jun 2014
    KS
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    I have and use a pair of salt break 580g green mirror. My eyes aren't very good anymore but these glasses are expensive but very good. They replaced mine once under warranty for shipping both ways. There great for driving on bright days as well

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    Nuff said.
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    ANY glasses, with thin metal frames so when they are under my Black Widow headphones they don't gouge my head out.
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