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Old 03-04-2017, 07:40 PM   #21
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I have a pair of Maui Jim Typhoons that I have had for over 20 years. The coating on the inside of the glass did not seem as effective as it used to so I bought a pair of Costas. I was not impressed with them so I bought a different pair of Costas and they were about the same. I have a pair of Zanes that I use in the Gulf but they are still not the same quality as what the Maui's were when they were new. I still switch to them if the sun is not behind me.
Just remember, the fit of the glasses is just as important as the quality. There are different glasses for different face shapes. Make sure to get the ones that fit your face shape and they will perform better for you.
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Old 03-11-2017, 02:50 AM   #22
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Polarized sunglasses are best.
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Thank you for the info Phil
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If any one is interested, I bought several styles of these at a bulk price, and I'm looking to sell three pair. I'm not anywhere close to a dealer to go try them on so I ordered several styles to pic the ones I liked. They're all still new in the box other than me trying them on. All still even have the price tags on them ranging from 149.99 - 169.99. I'm asking $70 each. I was too lazy to list them in classified. PM me

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Kaenon. Gold for cobia/grey for offshore. unreal fit and there is a store in Niceville that does scripts and they just pop them in. But my favorite pair WAS my calcuttas from the Ace in defuniak.
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Kaenon. Gold for cobia/grey for offshore. unreal fit and there is a store in Niceville that does scripts and they just pop them in. But my favorite pair WAS my calcuttas from the Ace in defuniak.

I second on the Calcutta's, they're great for the price even if you replace them every year.
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Polarized sunglasses are best.
I also like my bikes with wheels!


Helpful thread, thanks for the discussion. I may pick up a pair of SL's soon then, I been trying to decide how to best balance budget against performance. I don't care for the brand name for its own sake but if it's functional and not overpriced, I can give it a whirl.
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