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If you live in/near NYC, I'd recommend Anthony Aiden Opticians on St. Marks, which takes EyeMed and has a good selection of JMM frames. Otherwise, you might need to use the "Find a Store" function on JMM's website and do some digging.
Yea Anthony's great I hit him up through Instagram to order some frames. Thanks!
 

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Any of you use anti fog spray for your JMM lenses? My sunnies tend to fog up when I use a mask. If so, any particular rec?
I haven't tried any of them, but I noticed a few reviews on Youtube if you search for "anti fog spray." I also haven't tried this solution, but I've heard that cleaning your glasses with baby shampoo also works. But again, no direct experience with any of these solutions.
 

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Back when I swam a lot I used anti fog spray in my goggles. It worked but would wear off after a while.
 

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Does anyone have one of the Jasper pieces? I can’t tell from the Jax listing on the JMM website whether the color is a riff on black or there's more to it.
 

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I have the Loewy in Jasper. They are a black polished frame, inside the temples it’s a grey black Havana.
 

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The description for the Jax says Buffalo and black so maybe different
 

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Anyone own JMMs in sage and army?
Is there much difference there?
I know Roger is a bit more vibrant but from the JMM website there doesn’t appear much difference between sage and army.
I don't own any sage frames but do have both Felson and Taos in army. I truly admire the gold hardware pinging through this colour acetate, compliments just beautifully. It's all subjective of course, and even though green is my favourite colour, I wouldn't switch either of these two army frames for a sage alternative :)
 

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I have the Fitz Yellowstone in Sage and a Molino in Army (or Torino?). They're completely different colors. The Army is a kaki-ish color, fairly light and very easy to pick in normal light. It would never be mistaken for black. It's just a hint darker than blonde horn, if you wish. The Sage is a true grass green hue, but it's very dark. You can only pick up the color when close to the frames (e.g., if talking to someone face-to-face). They would easily be seen as black from across a room.
 

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Cheers lads.
I just offloaded my sage Fitz and had a bit of sellers’ remorse! They are lovely glasses and I happened to be wearing a sage green tie yesterday and was thinking how well they would have worked with that outfit! I think Molinos are my favourite frame and was wondering if them in army would work better than the Fitz in sage! Probably need to see them in the flesh before pulling the trigger!
 

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