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Prescription Sunglasses? Suggestions please!
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Hey guys, Looking for suggestions on prescription sunglasses, preferably a wraparound style. Any suggestions on ones that you have came across, please let me know, thanks!

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I personally have the Wiley X Brick, but you can find whatever style you want in most brands (such as Oakley, etc.) A place to start is SportRX.com.
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I've been using Rudy Horus' for at least a decade with good success.
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GlassesUSA.com

I like the Revel 002 (which is often out of stock), but the various Eyres models are pretty good too.
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I am a fan of Sports Optical in Denver. They can put an Rx lens in just about any frame you want, and also have a selection from major brands (Smith, Oakley, Rudy, etc) if you already have a favorite.

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I am on my second pair of Rx sunglasses. I got both of those from SportRX.com. Super easy to work with, and super quick.
I have oakley halfjackets right now and absolutely love them
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Depending what you need you can get bifocal sunglasses that are still good looking at truck stops. Lower half magnification allows you to read your computer. Much cheaper.
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Walmart - I am on my 5th pair. They have a brand called Liberty with a wraparound style called Biker. They have top of the lines lenses from Zeiss and Nikon. Fast service, great warranty, and good price.

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The Rudy glasses are bombproof and they have been doing prescription stuff for longer than most.
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Oakley. Expensive, but worth it. Great optics, super durable (after 12 years my frames are scratched to hell, but the lenses are perfect). Avoid the "iridium" mirror costings, as they will scratch/flake in a few years of use. I just went with std gray.


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I currently have 2 Rx sunglasses for running/riding:

--Oakley Half Jacket frames with third-party transition lenses through my optometrist for night/dusk

--Oakley Jawbreaker frames w/Iridium lenses direct from Oakley (I live near their HQ) for daytime

I really like the Jawbreakers. By far the best Rx sunglasses I have owned in the past 10 years. Good luck!

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