I use to do proto testing for the sharks. The V1 was the best (2008-10). But it had a weak lens retainer (lots of lens popped out). They fixed this in V2 but they changed the form a little and I started to get the weird fog/build up on the lens. I ended up always using my V1's (lost the V2, don't float well).Kamikuza wrote:I love my Sharks but $280 for a new pair - they must be joking!
Using Sun Dogs now which are great, especially for the price... But will give them a shot next time!
SupaEZ wrote:Don't have to break the bank to protect your eyes
I use those type of Solar Comfort sunglasses
Personally i go for the copper color polarized lenses
It greatly improves clarity...sharpness...depth perception...better if clouds show up and light gets low
Those lenses are 8 base and real lightweight extra thin polycarbonate
They are treated with smudge guard
Water beads easily off the lenses and they are very scratch resistant
They have little chance of fogging up because of the semi-rimless design and 0.7mm thick lenses
Anyway this is what i use
http://www.diopticssunwear.com/categori ... hield.html
I attach them with an adjustable Croakie Terra cord on the temple tips
Additionally from the Croakie i run a short line as a leash to the center top of my harness
Even if they happen to fly off my head i can fish them back by reaching for them in the water
Can you post a link to the model you use?Kamikuza wrote:Using Sun Dogs now which are great, especially for the price... But will give them a shot next time!
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