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    Wait a second...contacts will hurt your eyes? What about lasik?
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    Prescription eyeglasses + transistions = best combo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forfend View Post
    Prescription eyeglasses + transistions = best combo
    Not when you walk into a meeting after being outside and people wonder why you have sunglasses on

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    Quote Originally Posted by nytrydr View Post
    I want to buy some prescription sunglasses for myself as my doctor suggested contact lenses can be harmful for my eyes...anyone know any good ones? please share. i know nothing about them :/
    you can order ray bands or dakoda smith with prescription lenses via their websites. i believed. but don't quote me.

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    Hey man, I would seriously consider saving up and doing Lasik - in the long run you are saving a ton, plus to be honest it is so awesome to just wake up one day and not need glasses/contacts!!!
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    My father in law had Lasik and his eye sight is amazing now. I personally will not use contacts so I bought an Oakley frame from Lens Crafters and had them put their lenses in the frame. You can get the Oakley lenses but they have to be sent out, if you can wait then it's good to go. No complaints from me.

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    I used a pair of prescription Oakley's (Minute 2.0 with VR28 iridium lens) on my last deployment and they were great. I know the styling isn't something that applies to everyone, but in terms of durability, comfort, field of view (you don't even feel like you're looking through glasses) it's as good as it gets. Also, with the VR28 lens it actually improves depth perception and brings out certain colors.
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    I second the Oakley's, when I am not wearing contacts they are my go to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usnawolfe View Post
    I used a pair of prescription Oakley's (Minute 2.0 with VR28 iridium lens) on my last deployment and they were great. I know the styling isn't something that applies to everyone, but in terms of durability, comfort, field of view (you don't even feel like you're looking through glasses) it's as good as it gets. Also, with the VR28 lens it actually improves depth perception and brings out certain colors.
    Out here everyone and their mother rocks the Gascans. Although a few have the ones you mentioned.

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