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post #1 of 14
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I'm not a gold kind of guy...not even in watches, I tried

So this has to go to help me fund some RayBans!

Shipped from the east coast, paypal only.
DROPPED TO $171



Without further ado:















**ADDED** 7/6/11

$90 Shipped






post #2 of 14
Polarized?
post #3 of 14
how much use? scratches?
post #4 of 14
I don't think TF makes sunglasses with polarized lenses. Nice sunglasses, good luck with the sale.
post #5 of 14
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Originally Posted by rmspawn View Post
I don't think TF makes sunglasses with polarized lenses. Nice sunglasses, good luck with the sale.

I know for a fact that he does. Actually, they are all made by Luxottica not actually made by TF.
post #6 of 14
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post
I know for a fact that he does.

I had my optician at SF Optics check the entire Tom Ford line - no polarized lenses. Solstice Boutiques also confirmed the lack of polarized lenses in the TF line. Although I suppose that if Tom Ford himself told you these polarized sunglasses exist, I guess they do.

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Originally Posted by Patek View Post
Actually, they are all made by Luxottica not actually made by TF.

While I am aware that Luxottica makes almost every pair of sunglasses in the world, Tom Ford sunglasses are made by Marcolin S.p.A
post #7 of 14
I have reasons to believe that my Tom Ford Jack's are polarized.
post #8 of 14
I just bought my girlfriend a pair of TF sunglasses. They are polarized and made by Luxottica. I guess there are different makers.
post #9 of 14
Btw, are Tom ford's metal plate label at the tip of most of his sunglasses gold plated? Anybody knows?
post #10 of 14
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Originally Posted by Patek View Post
I just bought my girlfriend a pair of TF sunglasses. They are polarized and made by Luxottica. I guess there are different makers.

I admit I may be wrong about polarized TF sunglasses, although not a single retailer (including the Tom Ford store in New York) has been able to produce an example of such a pair.

As far as a pair of TF sunglasses made by Luxottica are concerned...

The Tom Ford store had this to say: "Tom Ford sunglasses are handmade in Italy, exclusively, by Marcolin."

If you purchased a pair of polarized TF sunglasses made by "Luxottica", you've got knock-offs.
post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by rmspawn View Post
I admit I may be wrong about polarized TF sunglasses, although not a single retailer (including the Tom Ford store in New York) has been able to produce an example of such a pair. As far as a pair of TF sunglasses made by Luxottica are concerned... The Tom Ford store had this to say: "Tom Ford sunglasses are handmade in Italy, exclusively, by Marcolin." If you purchased a pair of polarized TF sunglasses made by "Luxottica", you've got knock-offs.
I may be the one confused as I purchased them at the same time as my Persols and had the paperwork on my kitchen counter and may have mixed them up.
post #12 of 14
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Added another TF glasses. Unmolested with original plastic lense.
post #13 of 14
Thread Starter 
DROP on the 'John'
post #14 of 14
Tom Ford glasses were made by the Luxxotica group because I remember going to their website a year ago and seeing the brand listed there. However, looking at the website just now it seems that Luxxotica no longer makes TF. There is your answer I think.
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