My biggest issue with sunglasses in general, is that They break rather easily. because of this, I've only owned 2 pair of expensive glasses (which both broke), and usually don't spend more than $20 on a pair. However, with that budget, glasses usually don't fit right, or they break REALLY quick, or there is some sort of defect. I have not found that to be the case with Flying Fisherman products.
My first pair of Flying Fisherman sunglasses were the Mavericks, and they were great! I bought 2 pair, one with the brown tint, and the other with the yellow tint, since i do a lot of camping/fishing/hunting in Michigan, and the weather can get rather grey at times. On the water, they cut the linear light perfectly, and were really comfortable. My only issue with the Mavericks were how the lenses were held in place. the center screw would eventually wear out, and the lenses wouldn't hold.
After I wore out the center screw on my last pair, i hesitantly decided to try the spectors. Usually, this style of glasses don't fit quite right on my face, and end up fogging, or making it look like i'm wearing childrens glasses. These do neither. And, i can't express how well the quality is. Match that with a budget friendly price, and you have yourself a perfect pair of sunglasses.
I will NEVER buy another brand again. And, now i laugh at my friends when they show me their Oakley's that they spent $200+ on, for wasting their money like that.
The Flying Fisherman Spector is a flexible wrap around sunglass which are super comfortable and lightweight, with sporty, semi-rimless styling, vented brow pads and non-slip nose and temple pads. The Flying Fisherman accutint lens coloring system provides crystal clear polarized optics, making it easier to spot fish and structure beneath the surface of the water.