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Since all I've been doing so far this year is fly fishing I have discovered that fly fishing is kind of like bass fishing in that the better you can sight fish the better your chances are at catching a fish. I currently dont have any polorized sunglasses since the cheap pair I had broke and didnt seen to help to much. I have decided to get a good pair of sunglasses, I was wondering if you guys could recommend some so I have some options, maybe a high end expensive pair a mid ranged pair and a cheap good pair. That way I can dream about the high end pair and probably buy the mid ranged pair. I am color blind so color clearity the glasses give arent the most important feature I would like them more for depth and to see threw water glare.
 

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the polarized.com website had potential but it doesnt compare any of the glasses agaisnt each other which would have helped alot.
 

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zman I have heard someone mention action optics before, or I came across them looking on the web. So I will definately check them out.

CHRIS out of the 2 pairs you have which do you think is better, not style wise but visually.
 
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