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Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair?

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1 Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:30 am

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Well the time has come where i'm in need of a new pair of sunglasses. I'm currently using Hoven Sunglasses($65)I'm after over 3yrs of constant abusive treatment they're starting to show some fatigue.

After searching various sunglasses companies, the one that really caught my interest was Smith Optics($200)and really impressed with the function and features of their sunglasses line.

Does anyone own a pair? Would like to hear some reviews.

Thanks.



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2 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:51 am

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I don't spend over 10 bucks on glasses. I can tell you who has the best ones at the swapmeet lol!

3 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:44 am

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waxon67 wrote:I don't spend over 10 bucks on glasses. I can tell you who has the best ones at the swapmeet lol!

I used to be that guy that only spends $10 on sunglasses. But they would only last about a week or two. Spent more money purchasing cheap sunglasses, then ones I own now.








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4 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 2:46 pm

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Just spent $7.99 on a pair but they were on sale from 19.99 lmao

5 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 4:32 pm

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I've had a pair in the past and thier pretty good sunglassses!

6 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 6:00 pm

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flyfishingfool wrote:
waxon67 wrote:I don't spend over 10 bucks on glasses. I can tell you who has the best ones at the swapmeet lol!

I used to be that guy that only spends $10 on sunglasses. But they would only last about a week or two. Spent more money purchasing cheap sunglasses, then ones I own now.





if you take care of them and not just drop them or anything like that then they can last pretty long.

7 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Sun Jul 22, 2012 8:36 pm

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Ya it's a personnel choice but I can totally understand wanting quality. I am that way with many things. I just can't help you out is all. When it comes to eye wear I am a cheap sucka! afro

8 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:32 am

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bassfishing24/7 wrote:I've had a pair in the past and thier pretty good sunglassses!

What did you like about them, if you don't mind me asking?

kg562 wrote:
flyfishingfool wrote:
waxon67 wrote:I don't spend over 10 bucks on glasses. I can tell you who has the best ones at the swapmeet lol!

I used to be that guy that only spends $10 on sunglasses. But they would only last about a week or two. Spent more money purchasing cheap sunglasses, then ones I own now.





if you take care of them and not just drop them or anything like that then they can last pretty long.

I know, but I don't take care of my shades. That's why $10 sunglasses don't last long for me. I paid $65 for the current pair I'm wearing. I've dropped them, sat on them, crushed them, and they're still kicking.


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9 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:14 am

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flyfishingfool wrote:
bassfishing24/7 wrote:I've had a pair in the past and thier pretty good sunglassses!

What did you like about them, if you don't mind me asking?

kg562 wrote:
flyfishingfool wrote:
waxon67 wrote:I don't spend over 10 bucks on glasses. I can tell you who has the best ones at the swapmeet lol!

I used to be that guy that only spends $10 on sunglasses. But they would only last about a week or two. Spent more money purchasing cheap sunglasses, then ones I own now.





if you take care of them and not just drop them or anything like that then they can last pretty long.

I know, but I don't take care of my shades. That's why $10 sunglasses don't last long for me. I paid $65 for the current pair I'm wearing. I've dropped them, sat on them, crushed them, and they're still kicking.

damn, lol! well i guess you gotta go for the $200 ones that are real good quality lol. i like going with the $10 ones cause they work just as good for a good price and i take good care of them Very Happy

10 Re: Smith Optics: Anyone Own A Pair? on Mon Jul 23, 2012 11:41 am

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They were very light weight and comfortable.

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