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I can see clearly now.....

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by MyNewGlock23, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. MyNewGlock23

    MyNewGlock23

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    It's taken me a looooooooooong time to find some shooting/safety glasses that were sporty, stylish and RXable. My search is over!! Just picked up my prescription shooting glasses made by Rudy Project. I am in no way affiliated with the company, but wanted to share a few pics of my glasses that have taken me so long to find. Enjoy. Feel free to share pics of your prescription eye wear as well.

    Thanks for looking...

    Rudy Project - Model: Rydon (Carbon) with Yellow lenses.

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  2. BobbyS

    BobbyS Truth always sounds like lies to a sinner

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    Those are really nice. Been thinking about getting some script shooting glasses. Were they big $$$
     

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    :supergrin:Nice glasses. Very stylish.
     
  4. Sportsfame18

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    Oakleys seem to workfor me. impact resistant
     
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    Nice glasses! And good pictures!

    Not sure if I missed it above - what did they run you?
     
  6. MyNewGlock23

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    Thanks! They can get up there, but having vision insurance through work saved me a bunch!! I paid $130 at the end. Frames were 180, can't remember how much it was to have the lenses cut, but after my yearly allowances kicked in, $130 was the final cost to me...Then can get up to around $400 if you're not careful. (Multiple lenses, etc.)

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    I've never been much of an Oakley fan...and the few pairs that I did find that fit me comfortable and that I actually liked, weren't rxable...

    Thanks and thanks... $130 after insurance...