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    Amazon.Com Ray-Ban New Wayfarer

    Tortise frame, green lense, polarized, 55mm went on sale today for $128. Not a bad price for polarized.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B002B...L65&th=1&psc=1

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    I'm always leery of purchasing sunnies from Amazon for fear of fakes. Anyone else worry about this or have any experience?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocDave View Post
    I'm always leery of purchasing sunnies from Amazon for fear of fakes. Anyone else worry about this or have any experience?
    These particular ones look pretty legit and have free returns so if i was in the market for some wayfarers i would be pretty tempted, but yes I always worry about that with just about anything "brand name" on amazon these days.

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    Yeah, it was a concern of mine. However, there is an question/answer where Sunglass Hut via Amazon states that theirs are guaranteed authentic so long has they were not purchased through a 3rd party seller. These particular ones are sold by Sunglass Hut via Amazon. I actually contacted customer service just to confirm. Anyway, free shipping and returns so no harm no foul!

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    As long as it's sold by Amazon, then I'd be less concerned about fakes. Third party sellers who just post on Amazon are where I'd exercise some caution and implement "if it's too good to be true..." mentality.

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