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Oakley Men's Valve Polarized Rectangular Sunglasses (Matte Fog Frame)

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Nordstrom Rack has select Polarized Oakley Men's Sunglasses on sale. Shipping is $7.95, or free on orders over $100 (some filler ideas [nordstromrack.com] to reach free shipping)6pm via Amazon.com (free returns)
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Stupid question but do they always stay polarized? Like is it a coating or something that wears out ?
I have a few polarized pair of sunglasses and I am wondering if I should be getting new ones every few years.
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I always get a bit sad seeing Oakley deals because their sunglasses are nowhere near the quality they used to be. I ordered 3 different pairs last month (Holbrook, Crossrange and Crankshaft) thinking I'd get some quality sunglasses and couldn't believe how crappy they felt.

My Oakley's from 10 years ago were far better quality than the stuff they are making today. Maybe it's the luxxotica buyout but these aren't even worth $50 to me anymore, much less the $100-200 msrp. The lenses all look nice but the frames feel as cheap as gas station sunglasses. I've noticed the same thing with new RayBans. Like I said, just kinda sad to see a solid brands degenerate into garbage.
i have bought oakleys recently. the quality remains great to me...maybe you just got fakes?
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Sold out. Fudge
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Why is the price different if you use the link here rather than navigate through the Nordstrom website? 49 VS 79 for the same glasses?
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You can get a quality pair of glasses for ~$20 on Amazon if you don't care about the brand name. Last ones I got are great, aluminum frame and everything.
Could you share a link? I am looking for a rectangular shape.
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Stupid question but do they always stay polarized? Like is it a coating or something that wears out ?
I have a few polarized pair of sunglasses and I am wondering if I should be getting new ones every few years.
Taken from goodeyes . Com

Inexpensive polarized sunglasses differ from more expensive lenses in significant ways. Cheaper sunglasses may only have a thin chemical laminate on one side of the lens. The thin layer may only provide minimal benefit and the thin layer can be rubbed or scratched off easily. You may also notice aberrations in your lenses, as these are usually mass produced stamped out lenses that are lower quality.
Higher quality options have film laminated between two layers of lens material. Encasing the laminate protects it from being scratched and provides additional benefits. The thicker the polarizing film, the more protective the lens is against glare
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Sold out. Fudge
Going in and out of stock. Just scored a pair.
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Could you share a link? I am looking for a rectangular shape.
These are the particular ones I bought: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07PGLSP6X

But there are tons of others that seem just as good.
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Anyone here have experience with seller "Gear Up USA" on Amazon? They have the black polarized Chainlink in stock for $59.99, but with no taxes (at least in CO).
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Why pay over $20 for sunglasses? The logo isn't that important guys.
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These aren't Oakley's, they're OOglies.
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I have an old pair of Oakley's that I was able to get prescription lenses for from my eye doctor. Just FYI in case others need that. I may try again with some of these.
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I always get a bit sad seeing Oakley deals because their sunglasses are nowhere near the quality they used to be. I ordered 3 different pairs last month (Holbrook, Crossrange and Crankshaft) thinking I'd get some quality sunglasses and couldn't believe how crappy they felt.

My Oakley's from 10 years ago were far better quality than the stuff they are making today. Maybe it's the luxxotica buyout but these aren't even worth $50 to me anymore, much less the $100-200 msrp. The lenses all look nice but the frames feel as cheap as gas station sunglasses. I've noticed the same thing with new RayBans. Like I said, just kinda sad to see a solid brands degenerate into garbage.
I somewhat agree with the quality of Oakley and Rayban you find in stores, but I've bought a couple of pairs of the custom Raybans off their site and those are always made in Italy and seem really solid. My last pair, before I lost them, lasted two years and still felt as tight as they did on day one.
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I'm looking for some glasses for baseball. Will the valve stay on my head?
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Is there a company (other than maybe Maui Jim's) That has maintained its quality?
Former Oakley guy here who transitioned to Maui Jim... All my major boxes are checked with the Jim's. Polarized, frame/lense construction and material. Only issue for some would be styling.
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