We wear these darn sunglasses all the time, everywhere we go. So I thought I'd just drop a short note to let you know about Ono's, because if you need something for the great outdoors, these babies work.
These are the Ernest Hemingway's that I wear. Stacie likes the Ocracoke model; but there are dozens and dozens of choices to make for outdoor sunglasses that just plain work and hold up.
The novelty of these is that you can get a pair with built-in polarizing readers -- yea, you got it --- you know, when the light is not quite right (smile). Talk about a handy thing for close work like tying on fishing lures or trying to see my camera settings (in bad light).
The frames (like on this Torero model) are made from lightweight Memory-Flex material, and the polarizing eliminates reflective glare, with 100% UVA protection. Heck, and let me tell you, we've bounced our Ono's around enough, between the Jeep and our boat, to know they are impact resistant and outdoor-abuse friendly.
You're not going to get these on the $20 rack at Wally-World. These are real sunglasses with technology to hold up to the worst outdoor conditions, while providing great eye relief and clear vision. Our Ono's are in the $80 to $140 price range but VERY well worth it. I would not be without mine.