How well do the ShadyRays hold up? I've had Goodr for a while but they seem to scratch super easy and/or the tint on the lens starts to peel. They've done free replacements a few times, so their customer service is at least good.
I have two pair that I’ve had for several years. One is a replacement pair as the bottom frame cracked on one. I still have them, they are wearable. SR sent another pair for $8 S&H. Otherwise have held up fine. Also, Mr. rabbit dawg who commented above sent me a pair (thanks again) because they weren’t his style so now I have 3 pair. I’ve also bought pairs for my wife and little girl. My wife bought me a pair of Revo like 10 years ago and they are still going strong. Not sure why she picked that brand but they’ve been good ones. Not cheap, I would have never bought them myself.
Costa all day, every day. My wife and I have 4 pair. I’ve never really understood loosing or trashing sunglasses as some folks say. If I’m not wearing them, they stay in their cases either in the boat or in the truck.
I'm a sucker for Oakleys. The lenses are so crisp and clear. There are many brands that have really nice lenses. Make sure you get polarized. Costa, Ray Ban, and a few others are good ones. I about died the first time I paid over $200 for sunglasses, but after wearing them I won't put on another cheap pair again. If you think these are expensive, I bought a pair of Pilla shooting glasses for my son. They are the s*it as far as shooting glasses go.
I have a pair of Oakleys floating around in the gulf somewhere. A waved crashed over me knocking me down and taking my sunglasses and UK hat out into never ever land.