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Go getcha self some cheap sunglasses.

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Heading off special flower comments: I did a search and didn't find any such thread. I tried looking through the giant thread but the word 'cheap' obviously isn't a terribly rare token.

Anyway: I am hard on sunglasses. They fall out of my pocket all the time, they scratch, they get lost, I sit on them, I shove them in a bag or a jacket and then can't find them in the morning so I usually have several pairs at once.

For all these reasons I have absolutely no interest in $100 (and up) sunglasses. My shades are essentially disposable.

So, who do you guys feel designs the most stylish cheap sunglasses? By cheap I'd say less than $50. I had a pair of tortoiseshell clubmasters from Urban Outfitters that were actually so cheap they fell apart of their own accord, without me even dropping them or losing them. I've also got a couple pairs of Cheap Mondays, that run for about $35, which seem to be relatively durable and look a little better than a pair of polarized supermarket wayfarers, say.

So where else can I pick up a couple $35 pairs of shades to beat up for a couple months?
 
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