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RE: Over RX sunglasses
I agree I have the Cocoons for about 7 years now and they are worth 40 bucks and don't slip off
02-08-2017 11:02 PM
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I have Wiley X sunglasses. Polarized, UV protected, Rx, and safety rated. Awesome glasses. Their main focus is for safety and motorcycle glasses and are pretty awesome. Not cheap, but they hug your face and won't budge while you're wearing them.
02-09-2017 05:17 PM
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I believe Oakley can accommodate an Rx as well.

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02-10-2017 06:51 PM
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I've been using OverCast for over a decade. $20 and they fit right over my glasses. I've tried several other styles to fix this problem but always end up using my OverCasts. I guess don't fix it if it ain't broke.
02-15-2017 08:28 PM
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sorry to butt in.i had a question.i never really wore sunglasses i have prescription glasses.being in a kayak are sunglasses a must since close to the water?
02-16-2017 12:38 PM
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I find them to be a must for any fishing. First, you need to protect your eyes from sunlight and glare. Second, polarized lenses cut glare and allow you to see better into the water. Polarized lenses will allow you to see fish you didn't even know were there.

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02-16-2017 05:17 PM
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RE: Over RX sunglasses
Yes they are a must. UV protection and polarized. Rx is more of a reason to get sunglasses (better all around vision). I've forgotten mine before and makes the day much less fun. Figure it's at least twice as bright on the water as it is on land, or when you're outside on a sunny day with snow everywhere. I want to get a 2nd pair with amber lenses for overcast days. Rx can be incorporated into pretty much any style of sunglasses too. So, highly recommended.
02-17-2017 01:36 PM
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I agree they are a must. Squinting for 8 hours straight on the water is actually quite taxing believe it or not. Wearing sunglasses on sunny days makes for an all around easier trip. Plus there is the added bonus of being able to see that fish on a bed, or even a piece of submerged structure like a stump or log that you wouldn't see without polarized glasses.

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02-17-2017 07:37 PM
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sweet then ill add them to the list .i had a feeling i would need them.even fishing from shore the reflection can be brutal get sun tan from above and below
02-17-2017 09:42 PM
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