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Inexpensive Noir?

Attempting to find inexpensive Large noir sunglasses . I just can't justify spending close to $50 on a piece of plastic. I'm not looking for anything special just that they fit and that they are a dark amber as I only need them to protect my eyes went outside as it is hard for me to locate the sun. And other bright light sources that may cause discomfort.


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Re: Inexpensive Noir?



I live in the United States. It doesn't necessarily need to be Noir I just figured they would give me the best protection. If I could find something that was just simply flat black that would be more ideal as I don't need them for making seeing easier as I can't. I just simply need something to take the edge off the intense brightness down here in the desert which can be discomforting and from time to time painful.


Re: Inexpensive Noir?



I'm not sure which country you are from, but in Canada, Noirs can range from $20 to $80. Through CNIB, they sell ambers for about $37 Canadian.

Does it have to be Noir? Coccoon also sells fit over sunglasses, although I'm not sure if they have Amber. I also know Solar Shields sells Amber ones, but they are a bit pricier.




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