Ah, a big nope on that. They USED to do that but don’t any longer. My well abused progressive prescription mucho dinero old Typhoons were pretty used up and scratched, Maui Jim wanted about $100 less than a new pair to put in new lenses. They now have Tajima lenses which seem pretty good after one full season. Maui Jim was not at all helpful and their customer support was what I would have expected from Ray Ban or some other corporate show, surprising since I think I paid $600 or so for them. They wanted about the same to make new lenses.Maui Jim. Only one's I've used for 30+ years. Good company that stands by their product. Scratch or break a pair and they will replace at a fraction of new cost.
It’s worse for me. My Maui Jim Akoni somehow found a new owner and exactly that model isnt produced anymore. I even thought about locating a lightly used one or new old stock on eBay but had to find out they’ve become some kind of f&xking collectors item! :angry:I did have a pair of Maui Jim titanium frames the last time I had contacts and I would forget they were on my face because they were so transparent and lightweight. They walked off on someone else’s face after a regatta sand I was out $350. They were great, so I think I’m going to look at Maui Jim’s website and see what’s available for sailing and abuse.
prescription sunnies from your optometrist , it's a no brainer .What might you recommend?
Ditto, esp the copper coat, when wearing, not only can I see the weather mark first, they are so good I can see the futureKaenon