Booyah! | Noteworthy


Specific to Minnesota, Booyah is a large scale, communal soup or stew. More about Booyah from Wikipedia


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Go To Glasses: Optic Edge
 
















Do you enjoy simplifying your equipment? Consider this: These sunglasses are also fishing glasses, hunting glasses, shooting glasses and safety glasses.









These glasses come from the same firm that supplies NRA® shooting glasses and cost only $16.

The glasses have a 5 position adjustable fit; soft rubber nose rests and holes for adding the lanyard material of your choice. The glasses are labeled for sale: Optically Correct, UV400, Polycarbonate Lens and Z87.1 Compliance with Safety Standard. 
 

I purchased these from Mill’s Fleet Farm store. These are my favorite glasses so far in life. After our toddler chewed the softer parts of these, Cliff Weil/Optic Edge agreed to help resurrect my glasses by supplying replacement parts twice (the first mailing was actually lost by the post office). Now I am again ready to drive, fish, hunt, shoot and finish cutting up our dreaded black walnut tree.




Have you tried FIELDLINE® products lately? I purchased the FIELDLINE® Trap Vest/Shooting Vest on clearance at Gander Mountain. I am very pleased with this deluxe, adjustable, padded and ventilated vest.
I also have one of the newer FIELDLINE® backpacks that feature new, precision, reliable zippers. (I purchased this at Mill’s Fleet Farm). FIELDLINE® is a brand that has recently exploded with availability/presence, quality, customer service, affordability and a guarantee of lifetime warranty for all their products.

2 comments:

David Press said...

Saw the same glasses at Walmart for $5 under SafetyVU.

The Reverend Fowl ™ said...

I would buy these again, but I also have vision loss and am now considering prescription sport glasses or goggles.