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looking for good sunglasses to surf with« on: January 30 2011 15:01:00 »
i am a new surfer and i wear contact . i am looking for sunglasses to protect my contact and my eays. i may buy the kurtis brand and the seaspacs and try them on my next trip to costa rica in feb 2011 . they i will report on this site whitch one is the best .
from reading so far i think the kurtis will do it but i need to try it firs
RE: WHo has tried surf goggles & what works the best?« Reply #1 on: March 27 2011 09:03:00 »
I found a website that has some good information on choosing surf sunglasses: http://sunglassessurfing.com/
I have tried them all« Reply #2 on: September 22 2012 12:09:00 »
There are few surf goggles out there. I like the Spex from Amphibian. They float and are only 60 bucks. plus you can change the lenses after they scratch. i tired kurtis but they are not that good and cost like 180 dollars. i can buy 3 of the spex for that price
RE: WHo has tried surf goggles & what works the best?« Reply #3 on: June 14 2014 17:06:00 »
Hi everyone. This is Steve and we are the ones who created the watersports eyewear market in 1989. Been selling the Spex, http://www.spexusa.com for all these years and have thousands of people using the Spex Amphibian Eyewear. There are more competitors now but check ours out too, and ask others or check other blogs. We have great feedback and a lot of happy customers. Surfing for sure is one of the most demanding sports you could use eyewear in, and there are some negatives and positives with all of the competitors. Our positive is Polarized, Float, under $60, Replaceable Lenses and Straps, and...we treat our customers with respect. Thanks for checking our product out. You can get them from us or from WearSurfglasses.com too. Peace. Steve
Ordered Duke surf goggles« Reply #4 on: July 01 2014 21:07:00 »
Oh dear. I am sorry to hear that. I don't have the same issue but my eyes are killing me as wel. I am in Costa rica and my eyes got so irritated from surfing I decided to invest in those expensive surf goggles from Kurtis. I sure hope they do a good job because they are expensive! You can e-mail me if you wish to know more or check out my blog as I will write a review on them
RE: WHo has tried surf goggles & what works the best?« Reply #5 on: September 09 2014 09:09:00 »
Interesting thread and not sure what I did to BigOlas? Did I cut you off Olas? North Shore? It is our goal to save your eyes in the lineup and be the most innovative and personable eyewear brand on the planet. Use coupon code "MyFamily" to save 10% on your Kurtis Eyewear. Just see who is wearing us and why at www.KurtisUSA.com *We even show you how to make your own for FREE. No Fried Eyes!
RE: WHo has tried surf goggles & what works the best?« Reply #6 on: July 01 2015 05:07:00 »
Hi.....I have bad eyes from surfing too.....I need goggles that are sealed.....from what I understood kurtis goggles are open and water can touch the eye. Any ideas anyone.?
RE: WHo has tried surf goggles & what works the best?« Reply #7 on: January 16 2016 23:01:00 »
The Necker Surf Goggles with the UV changing lenses are the BEST! I should of gone with Kurtis earlier. I'm happy with these http://www.kurtiseyewear.com/collections/surf-goggles