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I've have three pairs of Trons over the years having known the SPY rep. They are fun sunglasses. By no means something to be taken serious. You're going to get comments. You're going to get double takes and funny looks. But that's why you buy these, right? I wear these when I ski in my gaper suit or on bluebird days. They go a long way. Good vision through the shield lens, although my eyebrows sometimes hit against the top of the frame/lens. I'd tell anybody looking for a fun sunglass to buy these.
This watch is big but still subtle enough on your wrist that it doesn't scream LOOK AT ME like some of Nixon's other surfer/skater-bro watches out there. Wear this kayaking or to the bar, wherever you go you will get a comment on it. It's nice that it has two clocks on it so if you travel or work with people in another timezone you can see what time it is there all the time for you and them. There is also a second had on the bottom right (this stopped working for me after a year). The crystal glass does scratch but not for a while. I've had this watch for 6 or 7 years and still love it. I've also bought the Nixon Automatic to class it up a bit.
With the way ski companies are going by making fatter and fatter skis Thule needs to make a wider model again. My 6-pair rack can fit 4-5 pairs across the top of my roof due to the width of skis. Just keep that in mind if you're looking to carry six pairs on a pow day.
Also, the locks on there are great addition to their newest update. No need to spend more and install them yourself. If you need extra keys, call Thule and give them your 3-4 digit number off the lock cylinder.
These goggles have the biggest field of vision I've ever had. I've done the Oakly Canopy and Smith I/O in recent trips, but nothing fit my face, helmet, and performed like these Platoons. I wear the Smith Varient Brim helmet and there is no gaper gap or gaps near the temples. I'd give these goggles a shot for your next pair. Go try them on with your helmet if you have any concern.
Have had these glasses for a short time and had them break at the hinge. It does look like there isn't much material to hold in the screw that keeps the arm in place. I'd buy them again but be more careful on where I store them. The lens quality of the Gray is very clear and not too dark to look through. I mainly used these for kayaking and driving. No complaints other than maybe my own error of storing them in my arm rest of the car.
I used to own the White and Blue lens pair of these then sold them and got these brown and gold lens Shaun White editions. Love the classic tortoise color on the frame and the mirror gold lens. I got these to wear casually around the pool and around town. Not something you'd want to wear in the shirt and tie environment, but if you're looking for a good dress down glass, these are great. Frame size is a little large, but you may already know that. Image shows size of glasses.
Took these out kayaking the other day for a casual paddle and stroll along the CT River shoreline and they held up to the task on hand. They don't slide around or want to come off when you step into a muddy spot. They don't overheat your feet because they're very well vented. They even dry out pretty quick after soaking them in the water then walking around. Not like the old Teva that would just make funny sounds when you walk around. Tempted to wear these to Six Flags water park, but I can't come to wearing shoes in a water park...looks too funny I think haha. Either way, great shoe, fits pretty true to size considering I have a wider foot, but the other reviewers may be right that they run a tad big.