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post #16 of 73
good luck with this. they own everything. it is a true monopoly.
post #17 of 73
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Serengeti (who also make very nice lenses)

oh yeah this company as well, their designs arent the best but they are a good alternative to others
post #18 of 73
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Randolph Engineering has some nice classic aviation-inspired frames. Made & designed in the USA.

post #19 of 73
not sure who owns them, but my Barton Perreira Oddyseys are the best sunglasses i've ever owned
post #20 of 73
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Maui Jim
Oliver Peoples
Super
Mosley Tribes

Quoted for Super - awesome quality optics and frames to boot. I have a pair of the flat tops and absolutely love them!
post #21 of 73
mykita
freudenhaus
salt
robert marc
post #22 of 73
Maui Jim is a good company and they will repair your glasses for free if you break them which you seem prone to do. I have sent a few pairs to be repaired in the past. I do not think Lux owns them, but not 100% sure
post #23 of 73

check out Sutro.  They are by far the longest lasting pair of glasses i've had.  sutrovision.com

post #24 of 73
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Yep. Same goes for American Optical.

Both are made in the USA; super affordable (~$30-60);

Where can you get Randolphs for only $30 to 60? I've only seen $130 and up.
post #25 of 73
You might try Prodesign or IC-Berlin, my go to brands. Moscot and Salt, if you are into a more, um... classic, look.
post #26 of 73
I have Han Wolfgangs which I really like a lot.

http://www.hankjobenhavn.com/wolfgang/
post #27 of 73
Cartier.
post #28 of 73
lol the picture and description http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrera_Sunglasses
post #29 of 73

Because Luxottica is a HORRIBLE horrible company, if you have to deal with them after the purchase. They do not honor their warranties. If you buy a pair of sunglasses and they break due to a manufacturing defect, then you can just kiss your money goodbye.


Check out this site for more info: http://www.consumeraffairs.com/eyeglasses/luxottica_group.html

post #30 of 73

If you're working on the water or around it, get some costa del mars. They're the best lenses around, and they'll really protect your eyes.  American made and independent.

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