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Awesome, and they float!
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never owned/seen wood sunglasses before. wouldnt these damage easily?
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these blow ,they do float but lost them in the ocean ...good riddance never buy again!!!
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Quote from christoh View Post :
these blow ,they do float but lost them in the ocean ...good riddance never buy again!!!
I wouldn't wear them in the ocean, because with all the waves crashing, it could be difficult to find. Would gladly wear them out paddle boarding on the lake, because they're easy to find if they fall off.
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Or go to the Dollar Tree and buy a $1 pair of sunglasses and a $1 floating sunglasses strap if you think they are going to take a dip in the ocean...
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Does anyone know if they're Asian fit?
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Does anyone know if they're Asian fit?
I don't know, but you can contact them at: info@SOLsunglasses.com
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I don't know, but you can contact them at: info@SOLsunglasses.com
Yep - did that. Just seeing if anyone knew. Thanks!
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anyone know what the return policy is? can't seem to find it on their website....
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Or go to the Dollar Tree and buy a $1 pair of sunglasses and a $1 floating sunglasses strap if you think they are going to take a dip in the ocean...

hahahahha laugh out loudlaugh out loud
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Quote from tomandjerry00 View Post :
Or go to the Dollar Tree and buy a $1 pair of sunglasses and a $1 floating sunglasses strap if you think they are going to take a dip in the ocean...

it seems like all these sunglasses offers are strange,
i would stay away and follow that advice
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never owned/seen wood sunglasses before. wouldnt these damage easily?
They're as strong or stronger than plastic sunglasses depending on which wood is used.
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anyone know what the return policy is? can't seem to find it on their website....
I asked them for you. They said returns are accepted within 30 days as long as they are returned in new condition.
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Lol, didn't know there were Shwood ripoffs. These are just cheaper/crappier looking versions of shwood eyewear products.
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