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I know there are a few threads on this already. Can anyone recommend a pair or brand In The $60/$80 range. Me and high end glasses don’t get along. I’ve lost 2  and broke 2 $150+ pairs. I’m just looking for something decent so I’m not to bent out of shape when I break or loose them again. Thanks. 

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The guys of Tactical Bassin' swear by Eye Surrender. Their about $60 at Tackle Warehouse. 

 

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I have been using a pair of Smith's Captains Choice.  I picked them up on Sierra Trading Posts website.  They were originally $250+ and I picked them up for $75.  They have been awesome.  I ended up buying another pair in a different style as well.

 

They usually have 25% coupons floating around. 

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There's a lot of fishing glasses out there... A LOT... in that price range.  WileyX, Typhoon...even Costa has some in that range.  Whatever you get, make sure you know how to shop and find a pair that's right for you.

 

I just posted this video that explains the ins and outs of fishing glasses; what to look for, pros/cons of different materials and shapes, etc.  Hope it helps you.

 

 

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7 hours ago, Glenn said:

There's a lot of fishing glasses out there... A LOT... in that price range.  WileyX, Typhoon...even Costa has some in that range.  Whatever you get, make sure you know how to shop and find a pair that's right for you.

 

I just posted this video that explains the ins and outs of fishing glasses; what to look for, pros/cons of different materials and shapes, etc.  Hope it helps you.

 

 

Great video thanks

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X2 on @Big Rick post. Just picked up a pair with the grey lens last week and am loving them so far after being out on the water the last 5 days. Hard to beat for the price in my personal opinion and doesn't break the bank.

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i have a few pairs of guideline eyewear sunglasses and they have been great. very durable lenses, great polarization, and right in your budget.

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Thanks guys, that’s a few more then I was expecting. Trying to find them locally to try on is tough. I hate to order glasses without trying them on. 

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I switched to Costa glass this year,  & love them...but found the Bolle' line up years ago and keep a couple pairs. I found their options are much, much better for me than the anything I've owned from Oakley, Wiley X , Smith, Nike, Shady Ray, etc IMO. Some of their styles are a bit different, but as a big headed guy that's picky- they're clarity & comfort are excellent. I'm a big fan of the King & the tigersnake lines...The only glasses I've ever used that I forget I'm wearing them and they can be had for almost nothing in the right places.

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