If you wear sunglasses skiing, where did you get them from?

(11 Posts)
Muchtoomuchtodo Fri 18-Mar-16 21:50:29

I'm looking for some for me and ds's. I want them to be relatively gap free around the edge for maximum protection but am struggling to find anything.

Any recommendations would be gratefully received!

citykat Fri 18-Mar-16 22:58:21

Mine are by a brand called Riders which sounds a bit Jilly Cooper but they stay put, block the run, look ok. They were from either snow & rock or Ellis Brigham but expect available elsewhere.

PestoSkiissimos Sat 19-Mar-16 08:42:57

I just wear my normal ones - from Costco

MrsGuyOfGisbo Mon 11-Apr-16 16:07:12

Oakley!
Can't remember what thy cost - maybe £60?? several years ago , but I wear them nearly every day in RL , and when skiing unless am in goggles.

OverAndAbove Fri 06-May-16 19:35:44

I wear ray bans or Maui jims; both are great for glare but they aren't full wraparound so I wear them elsewhere eg for driving.

Abzs Sun 24-Jul-16 21:51:17

Julbo. From your average high street outdoor shop.

ineedamoreadultieradult Sun 24-Jul-16 21:53:54

Oakley are fantastic I always used them for skiing, windsurfing, sailing and they are pretty bullet proof.

minipie Sun 24-Jul-16 21:54:44

Bloc. They do very good polarised lenses without a designer name price tag.

anotherdayanothersquabble Sun 24-Jul-16 22:00:30

Goggles are the only things that don't look ridiculous with helmets!!

hambo Sun 24-Jul-16 22:03:44

I bought mine in the resort for about 50 euros x

lovetoskimum Mon 25-Jul-16 14:58:56

Agree with ineed, Oakleys all the way, I have used the same pair for over 10 years smile

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