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Luckily, I got these sunglasses for around 35$ on sale and with a local's discount up in the mountains. For that price, they were worth it. The optics are decent. Not excellent, but certainly sharp enough for most activities. The plastic used feels cheap, though. Compared to my Ray-Bans, these feel low-quality. At least in my case, they don't work well with hats. The back of the frame runs into the hat too much.
Mine have lasted 4 years of 30+ ski days per year. No complaints.
Bought these sandals off of steepandcheap.com for about 50% off. At that price, they are unbeatable. The additional straps ensure a snug and comfortable fit. Contrary to most flips, you don't have to exercise your toe muscles to keep them on your feet.
Pros: Fit, tan lines, comfort, versatility, durability
Cons: Break-in period, price