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decent looking sunglasses for running?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by snuff_daddy, Jun 25, 2011.

  1. snuff_daddy

    snuff_daddy Well-Known Member

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    Its pretty damn hot here and i need some eye protection while running. What does everyone wear/suggest?
     
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    bmf895 Well-Known Member

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    I've got a pair of made in Italy Ray Ban 4034 I would sell you for $25. [​IMG] They are black with polarized lens. They have a slight scratch on the edge of one the lens, but is is hardly noticeable. They are great wrap-around sunglasses for running. I don't run and prefer my aviators for day to day use, so I have been looking to get rid of them.
     
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    snuff_daddy Well-Known Member

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    thats okay i'll pass on those
     
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    Rosenberg Well-Known Member

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    I just wear the cheapest polarized ones I can find that don't look unbearably stupid, like from Academy or something. I pretty much hate all "sport" sunglasses, so I only wear them running. Plus between the dropping them and sweat messing up the lenses, I just don't see the point in dropping $$$ on them. So I guess if you do want to drop $$$ on them, I don't know
     
  5. angelsarebestial

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    Oakley is well known for their "performance" shades. Although, if you have an extra pair you can put a thin layer of epoxy on the arms to help the grip.
     
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    Star Well-Known Member

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    I wear the Oakley Flak Jacket. Interchangeable lens and the orange lens is great for low light.
     
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    spyder or bolle? i forget who was recommending them for decent sports frames. any feedback on both brands?
     

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