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    #181
    I like my Oakleys, but that is the only pair I've ever owned that paid more than $20 for.

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    #182
    Costa Cat Cay 580G. Great glasses.
    Smith Optics Front man Elite. Polarized. Super comfy.
    " A Few Good Fish"
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    #183
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    Solar Bat for me

    You can save 20% on any pair at www.solarbat.com with promo code RYANI

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    #184
    Had Maui Jim's until I needed a script. Best glasses I ever had.
    2009 G3 Eagle 170
    90 Yamaha

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    #185
    Costa for sure

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    #186
    Costa 580G Green Mirror
    2000 Basscat Pantera III
    2000 Mercury Optimax 200

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    #187
    Costas Fathoms 580G

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    #188
    Got mine from a vendor at the Flea market and they fit right over my prescription ones.12 bucks a pair and work great. Bought several pair so if I lose or break a pair there is not much lost.

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    #189
    Quote Originally Posted by dwmgg17 View Post
    Got mine from a vendor at the Flea market and they fit right over my prescription ones.12 bucks a pair and work great. Bought several pair so if I lose or break a pair there is not much lost.
    For those of us with prescriptions, any polarized lenses are better than none!

    Mine are from LensCrafters. The brand names I see here are great but, the cost is also great. Next time I need new sunglasses I'll research the good brand names. On another note, I still cannot believe that there are "adults" - fishermen or not, that don't know what 'polarized sunglasses' are! They think if it says "UV protection," that's good enough... Wow...

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    #190
    Quote Originally Posted by Branson View Post
    traded in oakleys for maui jims. on my 2nd pair now. btw, dont place sunglasses on your hat when you are running down the lake!
    Gotta a pair of 2 day old Maui Jim's about 1000 Yards South of the highway 68 bridge in about 35 feet of water. Your speaking the truth.

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    #191
    Quote Originally Posted by skeet View Post
    Hobie polarized.
    These

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    #192
    Costa Tuna Alley with green mirror 580P

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    #193
    Solarbats

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    Maui Jim
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    Fury 4 24p @ 5,750 fully loaded

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    #195
    Been wearing Costa's for 20 years
    Team "Dirty Duck"LLC Slinger, Wisconsin

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    #196
    SOLAR BATS hands down are the best sunglasses out there ! Mossback lenses are a all around lens for fishing. Awesome warranty, good price.i give SOLAR BATS 👍
    FISH'on !

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    #197
    A tough question, since thoroughly studying all of them in the market is quite an exhausting proposition. I have been getting along with my $39 Fitovers Navigator model for at least 12 years now. They have a brow shield and side shields. I see they are still on the market, now for $59.

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    wiley-x. nice glasses without breaking the bank.
    What he said

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    #199
    Costa Blue Mirror Tuna Alleys
    BassCat Sabre FTD
    Mercury 150 Optimax
    "It's just fishing"

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    #200
    Costa Del Mar Green mirror and blue mirror for me!
    2013 Skeeter TZX190
    2015 Yamaha 175 SHO

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