Another vote for Suncloud or Forecast.
for years the only sunglasses i wore where the Smith toaster sliders. They fit my small face. they discontinued them and i could never fine another pair of smiths that fit me right. That brought me to the sunclouds that i like. I won a pair of guideline sunglasses at a TU banquet in a basket. Shockingly enough they fit me great and are really nice. Not too expensive either.Anyone else think that Smith sunglasses are going downhill? I'm trying to replace a pair of Smith Drake sunglasses that were incredible.
Every replacement pair I've ordered from them has obvious signs of corner cutting (mold part lines, cheap hinges, less durable lenses, finishes that rub off). I know they have a superb replacement program but I just don't see the value of them anymore.
Maybe the other suggestions above will suit me better.
Watch the sales on Steep and cheap or Sierra Trading Post and get yourself a pair of Costa's, Smith's, or Maui Jim's. you won't regret it. Good Polarized glasses are the bomb.I needs some good ones . Any afoardableish ones you'd recommend that would be good? I think I need to learn to wear them on the water even though I kinda don't like them on my face. Must be tightish and I dunno are there ones that deal with splashy ok. My eyes are sun burnt and hurt a little. Thought I'd ask even though it's not fun and riverey.
Ha - I use the same ones! They last a couple years before a film or scratches develop.I used to buy expensive ones, but they seam to get broken. Now I buy moderately priced safety glasses.
I’ve bought this pair 2x now, first pair lasted about 3-4 years.
Edge TSMAP218 Dakura Polarized Wrap-Around Safety Glasses, Anti-Scratch, Non-Slip, UV 400, Military Grade, ANSI/ISEA & MCEPS Compliant, 5.04" Wide, Matte Black Frame/Aqua Precision Blue Mirror Lens https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002BW0WA...abc_D9TQJVNXEF3CFK7DY4MC?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1