I ordered a pair of the SI Fives Squared Matte Black Frame / Grey Polarized Lens. They were 70 bucks.
Sorry, my mistake. The 115 dollar set was polarized, the set for 90 was not. My original fives are unpolarized and ran me 75 bucks at the outlets in San Antonio. I'm surprised they've lasted this long. Replacement lenses are all I really need, and they only run 20 bones. I'll probably get another full set, and two sets of replacements.If a pair of Fives were $115 or $90, they were probably polarized. The regular Fives are $40 on USSI and the polarized are $65.
I'm the kinda guy that when I find a style and model I like, I stick with them. the glasses literally are 50% of what you would pay at sunglass hut. I don't know about the back packs, boots, and other items they list. I don't look that often. But for the sunglasses, all 50% of the commercial price. you are binding into an agreement of course that you won't sell them for profit and it is a stiff, federal penalty if you do, so on and so forth. You are also limited to the lense types you can buy as they are ANSI ballistic standard, and also, polarity is an issue. I'm suprised that this is a new find for anyone. I've been using this site for years. I usually try to stick to the free RFI stuff, but when it gets stretched thin, or they issue us some fuglies instead of oakleys, then I place an order.Any prices on that web site?
Go back to medical and ask for your measurements. They will be glad to give you. I have a prescription Oakley's from a while back and I thought the lens sturdy. I do not shop at Lenscraft but the lens is comparable to the ones I got issued.Does anyone have experience ordering prescription frames with the clear lenses? I'm thinking of ordering a pair of the Volts as a replacement for my cheap lenscrafters ones, but I was wondering if the clear lenses they put in are the same as the ones you'd get at lenscrafters or pearle vision or something. Are they a thicker, safety style lens, or just a regular, for glasses lens? Also, I have all my Rx's, but don't know my pupillary distance, anyone know how I find that out?