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its more about the optics than frames really...
which one gives you the best consistent clarity? that would be Zeiss only problem its heavy as hell
I agree but comfort should also play a large role...Nothing I tried compares to the comfort of the Oakley frames Surgitel offers.
Orascoptic and Designs for Vision are pretty much at the top and Orascoptic sells lights. I prefer Orascoptic (they're also the only ones that are water resistant - something to consider when you'll need to clean/wash bio-burden off).
Orascoptic makes the best actual lens and they just came out with a new frame
made by the Italian eyewear company "Rudy Project" which look better than the
oakley glasses and have a lifetime guarantee. I have them and most of our class does too. Heres a link to check them out.
they are number five on the list of items. You won't find them on orascoptics website cause they just barely came out. But they are really nice.