Action Optics Shades for Sale

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Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by coolconman » Tue Jan 09, 2007 10:18 pm

OK, so heres the deal. My old man got me a pair of Action Optics Caribe sunglasses for xmas. Pretty sweet shades, with the wasabi frame and the mirrored clearwater copper lenses(photochromic and polarized). Problem is, they're too narrow for my head and so they pinch my temples. They're still in the box with warranty card and everything. My dad got a deal on them since I don't think Action Optics isn't selling this particular model anymore(so unfortunately, no returns). Most of the current Action Optics with the photochromic lenses go for about $150. Any of you smaller-headed dudes or dudettes looking for some new shades? If I could get $100 for them I'd pay for the shipping and insurance to you. If theres any flyshop boys out there that know what these guys are worth now, let me know if this isn't a fair deal. Not trying to screw anybody here, just looking to get a little dough to put towards a pair that will fit.If you want pics, let me know and I'll post or PM them to you.
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by woolly bugger » Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:15 pm

I'll give $24 and a dozen matukas Image
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Reef Runner » Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:22 pm

These them Coolcon? http://www.peepers.com/products/action- ... 35673.htmlLove Action Optics- but I have a Melon Head as well.

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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Wingnut » Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:30 pm

Helen?
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Reef Runner » Tue Jan 09, 2007 11:43 pm

Jackass?

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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by shutupandfish » Wed Jan 10, 2007 12:39 am

Damn, How big is that muskmelon on your shoulders? I wear the "vow of celibacy" fitovers, so I'll stfu now.
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Heckler » Wed Jan 10, 2007 7:36 pm

$14
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Rusty Hook » Thu Jan 11, 2007 12:44 am

Originally posted by coolconman:n OK, so heres the deal. My old man got me a pair of Action Optics Caribe sunglasses for xmas. Pretty sweet shades, with the wasabi frame and the mirrored clearwater copper lenses(photochromic and polarized). Problem is, they're too narrow for my head and so they pinch my temples.
Put Chums on 'em. That should pad the temples enough that they won't pinch.
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by TX. » Thu Jan 11, 2007 2:05 am

You should be able to heat them w/ a hairdryer and stretch them...to a point.n If you heat them and they break, you went too far. Just sayin'.
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Smithhammer » Thu Jan 11, 2007 2:33 am

Originally posted by coolconman:n n If you want pics, let me know and I'll post or PM them to you.
You mean of them pinching your temples?
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by coolconman » Thu Jan 11, 2007 4:50 pm

Originally posted by WTFFly:n You should be able to heat them w/ a hairdryer and stretch them...to a point.n If you heat them and they break, you went too far. Just sayin'.
I don't have a hairdryer. But I do have a propane torch and a fan...I bet that would work even better.
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Re: Action Optics Shades for Sale

Post by Rusty Hook » Thu Jan 11, 2007 5:03 pm

Originally posted by coolconman:n
Originally posted by WTFFly:n You should be able to heat them w/ a hairdryer and stretch them...to a point.n If you heat them and they break, you went too far. Just sayin'.
I don't have a hairdryer. But I do have a propane torch and a fan...I bet that would work even better.
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