Free ones from events trades shows, sporting events, etc.
2004 Wrangler Rubicon 4.0 w/Auto, 3.5" Rubicon Express Super Flex lift w/Currie Control Arms, RE Mono Tube Shocks, RE CV Drive Shaft, Engine/belly pan skid plate, Co2 Powertank. Hi Lift Jack.
I've gotten kind of a fetish lately about sunglasses. I keep finding ones I like and buying but never wearing them. I have several Oakleys generally available, two Oakley versions that are for military/veterans that I signed up to be able to buy, some Carrera sunglasses, a pair of King Baby ones that I got at their boutique in Vegas, several pairs of Morgenthal Fredericks, a pair of Maui Jim and a pair of Dragons.
Location: where I wheel: N 45║ 36.663' W 123║ 20.935'
Originally Posted by leemastergt
Get a pair of Maui Jim's. Many of them are comparable to Oakleys in price and you're guaranteed to get polarized lenses and a lighter frame. I always get the lightest I can and then I can wear them all day. My two pair of Oakleys ( half jacket and whiskers) both need breaks after two hrs or so. That gets annoying. Plus neither of them are polarized and they were still over 100 bucks!
I am a fan of the Maui Jims . I have a Kanaha pair that I strictly keep in the Jeep but I don't take them out for fear of loss or damage.
Originally Posted by RoadiJeff
Some brand that I bought from Walgreens for around $11. They look pretty good for the price. Plus, I don't have to worry about misplacing them or damaging them. I'd go and buy another pair for $11 if that happened.
It's sort of like the watch thing. I bought my $60 Casio for function and not for some name that no one can see unless they have their nose 12" away from my wrist. Its atomic clock signal sync function makes it the most accurate watch I've ever owned.
x2 my all purpose sunglasses are from Walgreens. I believe the brand is called Solar Comfort and they are polarized and lightweight too. They're cheap and I don't mind treating them roughly or scratching.
1998 TJ Moss Green Sahara w/ numerous scratches & dents whose playground is on a tropical island that's 33 miles long and 4-12 miles wide, in year-round 82 degree weather