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Old 06-23-2006, 10:42 AM   #61
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It'* next to your pems .... aren't you feeling energetic today?
I been feeling kinda froggy today . Keep an eye on the sig

I wish I had a F'N garage or some shade to work in though
go park under an old gas station cover, or at a do it yourself car wash or drive to another memebers house and do it, ...should I go on?
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I been feeling kinda froggy today . Keep an eye on the sig

I wish I had a F'N garage or some shade to work in though
go park under an old gas station cover, or at a do it yourself car wash or drive to another memebers house and do it, ...should I go on?
No close members. Kinda lonely down here in South Carolina

I'd rather do it here anyway,just in case I need BC help
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Ive been using black on black Spy Microscoops for the pst year. Love them. Probably not dark enough for your liking though. I wish they were polarized. I need to get another pair of polarized for fishing.
HA, I was gonna say the exact same thing. I have white spy micro scoops. Some people say they look gay (because they are white), but most people LOVE them because they are unique. They also look really clean when I am wearing white, red, or black on top

What I love most about them is how durable they are. I dunno what they did to these lenses, but I have tried to scratch them and I can't. Everything just rubs off, the lenses look new after two years ( I think that is how long I have had them). People have sat on them several times and they have yet to break (but the ladies that like to sit on them are pretty light ).

I even use them as shooting glasses, and they seem to hold up great. Brass has bounced off of them several times with no ill effects (even a few shotgun shells).

I love the "scoops" for biking. It prevents them from fogging up, and it really works. It forces air on the back of the lenses.

That is the reason I hate them at the same time though. When you are on a boat, or you stick your head out the car window, the scoops don't work. Instead of forcing air on the lense, it forces it on your eye. Not only does it channel debris right in your eye, but it down right dries them out quick.
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