they have the lowest price on a pair of oliver peoples I have been considering.
Thanks for this thread!
I was considering some Maui Jim Stingray prescription sunglasses, but thanks to reading tons of pages here, I've found the Salt Wyatts, the styling of which I prefer.
These will be my first prescription sunglasses. I've got some questions:
Firstly, the websites that I have found the Wyatts on all seem to state "the Wyatts come with a non-prescriptions lens. We can duplicate it with one fit to the frames for an additional charge"
I read this as "You're not getting Salt optics anymore, we're going to substitute our in-house lenses". Which sucks, because that's kind of what I'd be wanting to pay the premium for in the first place, right? I mean, only part of that initial price tag is for the bare frames.
Do Salt offer ways to purchase their optics done in prescription? I want the best optics I can get.
I think Maui Jim makes their premium optics directly for prescription. This is what I see on framesdirect.com anyway. I suppose if the Wyatts can't be made to the same optical standard, maybe I should stick with those? That would suck too, because I prefer the styling of the Wyatts.