@Thumperchick@vinuash I’ve also got a big-ass head, and found that Native Nano 2 sunglasses fit me well. The specs for Nano 2 are:
Lens width: 70 millimeters
Bridge: 30 millimeters
Arm: 127 millimeters
I was going to jump on these, but I suspect they will be a touch tight. Bummer.
(edited to correct bridge width from 40 to the correct 30 mm)
@OnionSoup My current sunglasses are a pair of tinted safety glasses I got at a local hardware store for $1.50. No logos, can’t seem to scratch them, and allegedly look good since I’ve been complimented on them.
Anything more than $10 is over my limit for an article that I will invariably lose or sit on and break.
As an aside, when did polarization get to be so expensive a process? Thirty or more years ago, polarized and non-polarized sunglasses were equally cheap, in the several dollar area, if you stayed away from the “designer” ones. It’s all plastic, anyway; isn’t it?
@avante296 No Nikes for me anymore either, not even at a Thrift Store. For @cinoclav, yes because of Kaepernick. He wasn’t a good football player before he knelt during the national anthem and became a household name. He probably would have been let go anyway. He didn’t earn a spot in a national ad.
I got a pair of these as throwaway hikers a couple years ago, and they served their function well. My only real complaint was the lenses were large for my medium-size male head, bordering on “bro” territory.
My employer game me a pair of Maui Jims last spring for an anniversary gift, and I’ve been using them for outdoor activities ever since. Major difference in clarity, but if you’re someone who won’t spend money on sunglasses because you can’t be trusted to hold onto them, these aren’t terrible.