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Hand-made by Italian craftsmen, the Spy Polarized Dirty Mo Sunglasses deliver optimal clarity, so you can spot that 50-spot lying on the sidewalk. High-quality propionate makes the Dirty Mo’s frame tougher than Ulysses S. Grant, and polarized lenses filter out glare to give you a clear image of the greenback someone dropped just for you. Sturdy 8mm stop hinges won’t loosen their grip anytime soon, so you can take on your duties without any flimsy action.

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some solid shades

    I used to rock arnettes and electrics, but after seeing these I decided to try something new and haven't regretted it yet. The plastic is solid, not too thick where its too heavy, but they didn't skimp out on making them too thin. The hinges are bigger than most Ive seen on other sunglasses and feel durable. I have a med/large head, and they fit perfect, never fall off. Ive had these for over a year now and they still look and feel new. When they break, or I lose them, im just going to buy another pair of the same thing. A little more expensive than most shades but well worth it.

    Dirty

      i picked up a pair of these around a year ago, and i am as happy with them now as i was when i bought them. they haven't loosened up at all, and the lenses have yet to get a scratch, despite abusing them regularly. they are just the right fit for my face and the polarization is a nice bonus. very well made piece of eye wear, i would recommend you try these on if you have the chance, maybe you're a dirty mo...

      Black Beauties.

        These shades are excellent. They get the job done like none other. The fact that they are polarized makes a difference, to me. I picked up the black ones and I am continually stoked about them.

        I bought the spy Logan's for $120.00 and...

        I bought the spy Logan's for $120.00 and they say china at the tip of the arm. I thought spy sunglasses are made in Italy? Did i get the real thing?