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post #211 of 214
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Originally Posted by ktrp View Post
I've owned a few pairs of ray bans and recently bought a pair by randolph engineering. I'd buy randolph's over ray bans every time in the future.

I own both and like both. It's more a question of which frame is more appropriate for whatever I'm wearing. Just curious why you think the RE ones are so much better?

For the record, my sunglasses collection (maybe should start a porn thread!)

For skiing - Cebe Walter Cechinel aviator shape with leather side panels
For running - adidas evil eye
For motor bike - Wiley X or Liquid billet aluminum polarized
For driving - Ray Ban Wayfarer
For everything else:

Randolph aviators in matte silver
Current RAF issue aviators
My Dad's RAF issue aviators from the 1950's
Ray Ban aviators silver with mirror glass
Ray Ban Gatsby metal squares in antique pewter green lenses
Ditto in chrome with blue lenses
post #212 of 214

A model called Slim Jims. Gold frame, grey lens, smallish frames top to bottom, but wide side to side, and now on the bottom of Lake Mead.

 

Anyone know who made them?

 

I should have bought all the stock in the store.

post #213 of 214
this thread is a bad influence.
every since ive joined i now have 3 sunglasses in my collection. I thought i could get away with one

oliver peoples bechet
RE concordes
persols 714
post #214 of 214
I love my Maui Jim aviators. Aesethics are great, but what really sells me are the beautiful polarized lenses. Quality is superb.

I've tried some Oliver peoples, but I saw them as less aesthetically pleasing. Great quality materials but just not my style.
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