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polaroid sunglasses-any reccomendations anyone?

Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by Crab Nut, May 29, 2010.

  1. Crab Nut

    Crab Nut Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    i'm looking to buy a pair of good quality polaroids and wondered if any of you lads can reccomend any. and also where you can buy em- don't want to pay fancy dan prices on designer gear but don't want to buy any rubbish either - cheers
     
  2. harrythecod

    harrythecod Rockling

    I got a pair of OAKLEY,S trouble is they cost a bomb, but you can get some at veals for about £20 :yes:
     
  3. joe123lumbo

    joe123lumbo Blenny

    i got a pair of shimano rapala's from argos £25 comfy and do the job :)
     
  4. steerser

    steerser Blenny

    If you have to wear safety glasses at work. Why not kill 2 birds with one stone. Get yourself some Oakley M frame glasses with polarised lenses. Top quality glasses..
     
  5. ShArK

    ShArK Blenny

    Maui jim`s
     
  6. portlandbill

    portlandbill Blenny

    :cool: snowbees :cool: bout 18 quid got them from a shop on brid pier
     
  7. dan the pollock

    dan the pollock Rockling

    shimano exage ones around £30
     
  8. oddjob

    oddjob Blenny

    eye level from glasgow angling center.. 3 pairs for £30 ive used mine all day for driving an not had any problems
     
  9. jacfodder

    jacfodder Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    Morning crabnut.
    Chapmans in hull or scunny do the eye ware ones for £14.00. If you need freshwater gear Matt Hayes company sometimes throw a pair in free with your order. Me being yorkshire, you know the score lad owt for nowt. cheers
     
  10. NICKB

    NICKB Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    I've got some Shimano Alivio AX glasses. They are dead light and pretty comfortable too, think I paid @£25 from Spotty Dog Tackle in Stockton.
     
  11. foo

    foo You've gotta be in it to win it.

  12. Crab Nut

    Crab Nut Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    thanks for the info lads i should be able to pick something from that lot- much appriciated, - thanks once again- crabnut
     
  13. hooked by the sea

    hooked by the sea Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    just another reply for you i bought some esp ones from tackle box in billingham for 12 quid i use them for fly fishing they are very lite and fit nice and they are the best ones i have owned work very well better than my 100 quid ones

    highly recomended
     
  14. Dav

    Dav Rockling

    I once got some fox 700 series amber gegs a few years ago for fishing on an evening for pike n stuff. There great glasses but with the amber lenses no good for daytime use. I could do with some black lenses for them or brown , anyone seen any ? cheers
     
  15. hooked by the sea

    hooked by the sea Whitby Fishing Forum _ Simply The Best

    the esp ones are brown and spot on and a bargain :yes:
     
  16. Baramundi Bob

    Baramundi Bob Super Leeds United !!!

    Ive got some of the shimano ones. Highly recommend them to anyone.
     
  17. fazbats

    fazbats Blenny

    Last time I want out from Whitby in April I lost my pair of Oakley's over the side :angry: :angry:
    (Serves me right for not having them on a string)
    Lesson learnt :educated: :educated: :educated:...... Only use cheap and nasty now
     
  18. harrythecod

    harrythecod Rockling

    I have lost a lot of things , but my oakleys are allways on a cord :cool:
     
  19. andyman

    andyman Doh! Come back, stupid fish

    I think that the subject should read: polarised sunglasses because Polaroid is a brand name. I bought my Polaroids for £25.00 on a flight to Gran Canaria about 10 years ago. They have dark lenses and are wrap around. I use them for freshwater fishing as well as kayak fishing and they do a great job. :cool:
     
  20. Maxie

    Maxie New Member

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