- Jan 10, 2015
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Biased because I really love that Taos in tempest and am generally not a big fan of glass.
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Both are handsome, but since you haven’t any frames in glass, I would lean towards those. Moreover, the beautiful embossed temples really stand out in glass. Certainly, they would be most versatile.Ok folks need your opinions here. I am buying my second pair of JMMs and ive decided on the Taos in either glass or Tempest.
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i dont have any clear frame glasses.
I love the funkiness of the frames but am stuck on which ones to get.
which one would be more versatile?
for reference the other chunky frame glasses i have
- fellinis in royal
- oliver people x berlutti in black with silver hardware
- dita auder in tortoise with brown gradient lenses
My the gold lettering on my current JMM optical frames started rubbing off at around the 4th or 5th month of wear. Been wearing glasses daily for like 25 years and that happens regardless of the quality of frame.Hello everyone! New to the JMM thread, I wanted to ask anyone of you, have you experienced any quality issues with your JMM frames I own the Jax, and so far it's been holding up strong. But I had some of the stamping on the inside fade already. I do regularly clean them with the provided cloth.