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favorite brand of sun glasses.

Whats everybody's favorite pair of sun glasses?

For work i i prefer gearhead by igogs and for all the other times its oakleys oilrig.
the gearhead are good if wear contacts since they have foam around each lens to keep dust out.

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Been wearing Oakley XX for a while. Have a pair for work and a pair for everythign else.

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its all about the Oakley Oilrigs
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serenghetti aviators. best driving sunglasses you will ever find. steel frame, and virtually scratch resistant. had mine 3 years now for work and still going fine.
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Ray Ban aviator adjust to the amount of sunlight, can't remember what they called them, OH, just remembered, Ambermatics, they quit making them about 10 years ago.
I just buy cheap, bargain store ones now, check for A and B UV resistance.
But if I could get Ambermatics...

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i usually just pick out a pair from walmart i like, they last half the year than go spend another $15 on them..
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I have Transitions lenses in my glasses.

Stupid myopic eyes...
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$5 at Walmart. If I get those, they last forever and I don't seem to lose them. Anything more expensive and they'll break way too soon or they'll be lost way too soon.

This is not to do with the quality of $5 walmart sunglasses, but more to do with Murphy's law being applied.
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Magnetic clip-ons, came with the glasses. I have astigmatism and can't do anything without glasses. Well, almost.
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I rock the tinted safety glasses from NAPA, they cost 6 or 7 bucks. Get the non-mirror finish ones though, they don't scratch as easy. If I loose them or jack them up I'm not out much less than a trip to Mcdonald's.

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