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Old 12-04-2011, 09:14 PM   #11
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I have Oakleys that come as a set in a case. The lenses are interchangable with yellow, amber (pink) and clear. I prefer the clear lenses.
What model would these be? I am a sunglass junkie... and i always manage to use my shooting glasses at work and destroy them. I need a good set that i wont take to work.
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Old 01-01-2012, 06:24 AM   #12
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I use my everyday sunglasses... oakley gascans with HD polarized lenses u can pick up a pair at hibbit sports for about $185

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I used the general 5 dollar safetyglasses from walleyworld, i've had them take all sorts of sh!t and not bust, but next time out I'm going to try my riding glasses with clear lenses.

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I use the amber ones which allows me to see the target brighter in gloomy weather. I may have to check the stores to sample the Oakleys this week.

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I'm not trying to sell for rudy and if any other brand has the light changing or "auto darken" red lenses. I would give them a try.

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