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    (SOLD) BNIB: Tifosi Dolomite 2.0 Sunglasses w/ 2 Extra Lenses

    Brand New in Box Tifosi Dolomite 2.0 Sunglasses w/ Tortoise frame and 2 extra interchangeable lenses. Never worn.

    SOLD!!

    I've been wearing the 1.0 version for 3 years + and they're easily my favorite sunglasses. Light, comfortable, stylish, vented lenses, and overall awesome. Just don't need 2 pairs.

    More info here:
    http://www.tifosioptics.com/products...on%7CRX%7CAll/

    http://www.amazon.com/Tifosi-Dolomit.../dp/B009G9YV9M





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    Wish these were polarized...I broke my polarized sunglasses recently. :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    Wish these were polarized...I broke my polarized sunglasses recently. :-(
    Thats a Bummer!

    I have a pair of $300 Maui Jims that I never wear because they're polarized, lol. The polarization blacks out the screen on my Garmin 705 on the bike and does the same for my cell phone.

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    Mine did that some, too, but they sure make being in bright sunlight more comfortable. I noticed on the link for these, that they say M-L...would you say that is the size? My head is not all that big. I like my glasses to fit fairly snuggly, but not too tight.

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    I'd say they're more on the medium side. I'm 5'8", 150lbs with a 22.5" hat side and the Dolomite fit pretty perfectly. Excellent wrap coverage, no vision obstruction, very light (26g) and excellent grip without the squeeze (which I HATE). The 2.0 version has a nice floating nose piece that I wish mine had.

    Here's a photo of my 1.0 versions, which have slightly darker frame finish but are basically identical in shape and size.
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    I got some Christmas money and haven't bought myself anything except for material for a hammock, so I think I'll splurge a little. I'll take these. Nice pic, by the way. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junebugdawn View Post
    I got some Christmas money and haven't bought myself anything except for material for a hammock, so I think I'll splurge a little. I'll take these. Nice pic, by the way. :-)
    Thanks I'll send you a PM

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