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So I go the the sunglasseshut kiosk and try on all the differnt oakleys...

 

the old lady says she likes me in the A Frame Polarizeded.. B)

 

$195.00 on the site..

 

You gonna be putting an order in soon? :ninja:

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So I go the the sunglasseshut kiosk and try on all the differnt oakleys...

 

the old lady says she likes me in the A Frame Polarizeded.. B)

 

$195.00 on the site..

 

You gonna be putting an order in soon? :ninja:

I put in an order for my bro he wanted those

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So I go the the sunglasseshut kiosk and try on all the differnt oakleys...

 

the old lady says she likes me in the A Frame Polarizeded.. :argue:

 

$195.00 on the site..

 

You gonna be putting an order in soon? <_<

rtcoastnj@msn.com

 

 

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Go to 7-11 and but a pair of shades for $6.99. You'll thank me for it.

HTH

 

You don't value your vision huh?

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You don't value your vision huh?

 

I'm not sure what's dumber: You thinking it's ok to spend $200 on sunglasses, or that you think Jokely's are somehow going to protect your eyes. :wall:

:wacko:

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I'm not sure what's dumber: You thinking it's ok to spend $200 on sunglasses, or that you think Jokely's are somehow going to protect your eyes. :wall:

:wacko:

NMany cheap sunglasses actually distrort your vision due to their unpolished lenses and cheap plastic lens design.

 

I'm not saying spend hundreds, just saying cheap sunglasses are a waste as well as being potentially harmful.

 

 

EG,

 

still need replacements for half jackets. Have any fire lenses or black lenses?

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NMany cheap sunglasses actually distrort your vision due to their unpolished lenses and cheap plastic lens design.

 

I'm not saying spend hundreds, just saying cheap sunglasses are a waste as well as being potentially harmful.

EG,

 

still need replacements for half jackets. Have any fire lenses or black lenses?

 

Ok. Have fun, Vanilla Ice.

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I've had my M-frames forever, but I'm thinking of getting a new pair of sunglasses and just using those when I golf, ride jetskis, etc..

 

Any suggestions.

 

24 year old single professional trying to act like a big shot. :wall:

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I'm not sure what's dumber: You thinking it's ok to spend $200 on sunglasses, or that you think Jokely's are somehow going to protect your eyes. :wall:

:wacko:

 

Ok

 

If you wear crappy sunglasses without 100% UV protection you are doing damage. You are shading your eyes which causes your pupils to dilate. If you are not 100% protected from UV rays, those rays will cause serious damage to your retina. So, do you value your vision?

 

 

 

cash or charge B)

 

NMany cheap sunglasses actually distrort your vision due to their unpolished lenses and cheap plastic lens design.

 

I'm not saying spend hundreds, just saying cheap sunglasses are a waste as well as being potentially harmful.

EG,

 

still need replacements for half jackets. Have any fire lenses or black lenses?

 

I am ordering constantly so email me exacly what you need.

 

rtcoastnj@msn.com

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I used to be a firm believer in buying cheap. Until my doctor told me to quit...bought a pair of Oakley Square Wires with the polarized lenses...they do make a difference...less squinting...alot more comfortable and much clearer vision.

 

Probably getting some for outdoor sports as it also makes a difference to make sure you have good polycarbonate lenses rather than cheap plastics that can shatter and damage your eyes.

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What other brands do you carry?

 

Oakley, Arnette, Electric, Dragon, Native, and Smith

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I've had my M-frames forever, but I'm thinking of getting a new pair of sunglasses and just using those when I golf, ride jetskis, etc..

 

Any suggestions.

 

24 year old single professional trying to act like a big shot. :thumbsup:

 

Are these for you or your friend?

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EG,

 

Can you post a list of what you carry?

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EG,

 

Can you post a list of what you carry?

 

5 posts up :huh:

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5 posts up :huh:

 

:cheers:

 

 

Thanks.

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Oakley, Arnette, Electric, Dragon, Native, and Smith

 

Smith make some very good optics as well... :blink:

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I know a guy who has a pretty nice pair of arnette's, has had them for like 5-6 years and loves them :blink:

 

I got a pair of oak's from EG and love them, but in hindsight I'd definitely spring for the polarized and for the springy arms.

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How much for the Oakley MP3 sunglasses?

 

So very lame.

 

Itsatip to buy some shades and an ipod.

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Illgles.... YGM agin... :doublethumbsup:

 

Oakley is like Bose right? All in the name, but an inferior product.

 

 

I used to think the same thing about expensive sunglasses... I figured I'd sit on them.. or screw them up like I did with all my crapass pairs..

 

I bought myself a pair on my wife's opinion about 5-6 years ago. As they were expensive... I ALWAYS knew where I was putting them... where they were. Heh... no sitting on those bad boys for me. And after wearing them for a few years... I'm totally sold. You get what you pay for in sunglasses. Obviously you can get stupid and buy stuff for looks only.... ie some of those huge box frame looking glasses f@gs are buying now, but I'd never go back to buying 10 pair of cheapy sunglasses over several years when I can buy a good pair for the same price.

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