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Man, I think the Argyle frames are lightyears above the Sedona.
Also, why are blue lens the new hotness?
Going to go into Opt Optometry this weekend to try on some frames. If I pull the trigger it'll be my first pair (looking at the Agar Dealan x George Cortina's)

Argyle is my current favorite colorway absolutely beautiful in direct sunlight

Saying that JMM should stop *****footing (hehe new word I just learned) around with all the black and tortoise and just make the whole line in OG Vintage Tort
 

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Gotchyu

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Also, we'll come back to Miami next year. See you soon

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Quick question, if I’m planning to get a transitional lens on upcoming frame from JMM. Should I do it with JMM or other opticians? Because I briefly spoke about in store they told me the wait time is like 2-3 weeks I think.
 

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Argyle is my current favorite colorway absolutely beautiful in direct sunlight

Saying that JMM should stop *****footing (hehe new word I just learned) around with all the black and tortoise and just make the whole line in OG Vintage Tort

Totally! Some vintage tort with bottle green lenses is all I’m asking for!
Here I am talking **** and I don’t even own a pair yet, haha!!
 

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Do any of you guys get the temple arms adjusted near the ear? I just picked up a pair of torinos and they are much more narrow in terms of the temple arm bend near the ear vs the Molino 55s I have. Do you go with a blow dryer? Hot water? Take to optician?
 

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Do any of you guys get the temple arms adjusted near the ear? I just picked up a pair of torinos and they are much more narrow in terms of the temple arm bend near the ear vs the Molino 55s I have. Do you go with a blow dryer? Hot water? Take to optician?
Easiest adjustment possible, but I’d still take to a jmm optician if you have one near you given how thick these frames are - they are kind of tricky to get right so it’s best to do it in mm’s
 

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Easiest adjustment possible, but I’d still take to a jmm optician if you have one near you given how thick these frames are - they are kind of tricky to get right so it’s best to do it in mm’s
I agree... It takes small tweaks to get that perfect fit with the thick arms on some of the models.
 

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Soooo will black with Sedona at the temple tips be the new "Noir 11"?


Me personally I’m waiting on the Ascari Noir Ebony Onyx Vantablack Black

Jerome says it will be like wearing….a region of space where gravity is so strong that nothing including light and electromagnetic waves can escape it….on your face
 

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PCH ... just, wow. Exceeded my expectations and is now my favorite JMM frame. Thanks to @BigRed for the hookup! They will be heavy in the rotation this summer, my brother!

Ok....I'm going to need those back now sir....lol nah just kidding...I'm glad you got them...they'll be better with you rocking them than me keeping them on my desk! Enjoy my friend!
 

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Me personally I’m waiting on the Ascari Noir Ebony Onyx Vantablack Black

Jerome says it will be like wearing….a region of space where gravity is so strong that nothing including light and electromagnetic waves can escape it….on your face

Noir Ebony Onyx Vantablack is the New Black
 
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Can anyone recommend a shop in the USA who will do great gradient tints. I am having a difficult time finding someone who will do it well. Most shops really don't like doing it.
 

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