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Old 06-11-2008, 09:36 PM
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I am looking for a pair of polarized sunglasses. The issue is the high bridge of my nose forces glasses to high on my face creating a large void between my eye and cheek bone. Without breaking the bank with custom frames and lenses are there any suggestions out there as to makes and styles that might work?

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I have always been happy with Smith glasses. All of the pairs I've purchased have fit well and I have a good sized sniffer.
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Not that this will be of much help to you, but I wear prescription eyeglasses and a ten dollar set of polarized clip ons. Its worked great for me for YEARS. Perhaps you could purchase a cheap pair of reading glasses and modify the frames to fit you and try a pair of the clip ons. Just a suggestion, not thats its a good one. Take care.
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I have the Smith Hudsons and they are awesome. I picked them up on steepandcheap.com for a third of the price and they are super comfy and great for the river.
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