Best place to purchase sunglasses in Des Moines Area

swiacy

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I require clip-ons for prescription and clip-ons are hard to find. Any references?
 

Turn2

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I bit the bullet and ordered some new frames and Rx lenses today. Backed away from the Oakleys but still took a hit north of $500. Enjoy your good vision while you can.
 

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Also have had major eye surgery, my Doc recommended Maui Jims. I have a few pair and their repair service is awesome.
 
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Yaz

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Why not pick some up at the Maui Jim MBB tournament this year....
Would love to go to Maui again!!! I can get them quicker out of Illinois. ;) Back to the Title of the thread, Bass Pro has a variety and lean to outdoor styles like hunting and fishing, Scheels more athletic type styles like running and golf, however online they have a ton of options.
 

DJSteve

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If you want cheap and durable, look into safety glasses with tinted lenses. I wear Jackson (now KleenGuard I think) Nemesis VL all the time for farming, outdoor adventures, and everything else... they've held up really well and mine definitely aren't babied.

I'm not sure you can get the VL polarized, though, if that's important. The original Nemesis has a lot more lens variants but I like the fit of the VL quite a bit better, personally.
 

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