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Eyedictive.com has Columbia PFG Polarized Stealth Lite Sunglasses on sale for $46 - $12 w/ coupon code SUN12= $34. Shipping is free. Thanks brisar

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PFG stands for Performance Fishing Gear, and these Columbia sunglasses live up to the name, and then some! Custom polarized lenses combat glare off the water and provide 100% UV protection.

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I bought 3 pairs over a period of 2 years. The polarized coating generally didn't last more than a month before it starts peeling. Used a glasses cleaning cloth, made no difference. Took a brand new pair to the beach and they didn't last the weekend. Not worth it, IMO.
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I have a pair of Columbia polarized with a bronze lense, and they are my go-tos. Had them for 3 years with no issues and the polizaration is excellent quality. I'd buy these but mine are still in great shape. Hope this helps. I haven't cleaned with anything other than just a cloth though.
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Anyone used Comlumbia polarized sunglasses before? If so how good is it? Is it worth the $34?
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Anyone used Comlumbia polarized sunglasses before? If so how good is it? Is it worth the $34?
I bought 3 pairs over a period of 2 years. The polarized coating generally didn't last more than a month before it starts peeling. Used a glasses cleaning cloth, made no difference. Took a brand new pair to the beach and they didn't last the weekend. Not worth it, IMO.
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How do these glasses fair against lens cleaning solution?
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I have a pair of Columbia polarized with a bronze lense, and they are my go-tos. Had them for 3 years with no issues and the polizaration is excellent quality. I'd buy these but mine are still in great shape. Hope this helps. I haven't cleaned with anything other than just a cloth though.
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I have a pair of Columbia polarized with a bronze lense, and they are my go-tos. Had them for 3 years with no issues and the polizaration is excellent quality. I'd buy these but mine are still in great shape. Hope this helps. I haven't cleaned with anything other than just a cloth though.
Same here. I have 5 pairs of the Wahoo line. Awesome polarized sunglasses.
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I bought a pair of Columbia glasses at Costco for around $26-28. The quality is better than the cheap ones you find all over the internet, and yet they are cracked along the top frame after about a year. I wore them in the car on the way to/from work. They were not abused. Probably not worth the name. I hate how hard it is to find decent sunglasses at a reasonable price. I will not pay close to prescription glasses prices for sunglasses.
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Is this unisex? can this be worn by women?
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I bought a few pair of Columbia polarized glasses 3-4 years ago and just the other day I had to pull them out and use them. The coating has just started to peel. I used them actively for 2-3 years before making them backups. I'd say they are well worth the money. Mine had metal frames, so I"m not sure about the plastic frames.
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How are these 180$ at bass pro / cabelas 🤔
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I have a pair of Columbia polarized with a bronze lense, and they are my go-tos. Had them for 3 years with no issues and the polizaration is excellent quality. I'd buy these but mine are still in great shape. Hope this helps. I haven't cleaned with anything other than just a cloth though.
Same here, had mine for 3 years, perfect still. Wish I'd bought another pair or 2. I keep mine in the case when not in use, clean with a cloth.
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I bought a pair of Columbia glasses at Costco for around $26-28. The quality is better than the cheap ones you find all over the internet, and yet they are cracked along the top frame after about a year. I wore them in the car on the way to/from work. They were not abused. Probably not worth the name. I hate how hard it is to find decent sunglasses at a reasonable price. I will not pay close to prescription glasses prices for sunglasses.
Yea, paying the same price as prescription and getting plastic lenses, but being told they are better because they are "shatter resistant"
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The timberland glasses at the bottom of the page are great too at $26. I bought a few pairs from Costco last year around the same price. Down to my last pair. Just ordered another.
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I bought 3 pairs over a period of 2 years. The polarized coating generally didn't last more than a month before it starts peeling. Used a glasses cleaning cloth, made no difference. Took a brand new pair to the beach and they didn't last the weekend. Not worth it, IMO.
I had the same experience. I am tough on sunglasses though. They didn't seem any better than sunglasses off the cheap drugstore rack.
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