These are a great pair of sunglasses for cycling and nearly any other sport. The come with five interchangeable lenses, yes that's right, 5 different style lenses for any condition your might be travelling in. The first thing you notice about these glasses is the quality! Extremely well crafty one would expect to pay upwards to $100 or more at a local Pro Shop. As with most of the glasses I stock there is a limited supply, so if you want a pair, grab them while you can.
I have a number of Ski Goggles on hand here at SeaDog Jack, but in a very limited supply. If you're thinking of grabbing a pair for the upcoming ski season, now would be a great time to do it before they're gone. Currently there are two styles Vector and Copozz, both very high quality.
SeaDog Jack has exceptional deals available now to it's customer on quality eyewear. If you're looking for that special pair of sunglasses for someone Christmas stocking, nows the time to pick it up!
Check out these camo sunglasses on the SeaDog Jack Website. Created by Polar Snow, these high quality sunglasses are great while waiting for that trophy buck or checking out the latest hiking trail. The frames are a very rugged design able to put up with the wear and tear you'll be putting on them doing whatever sport you're in to. Blue mirrored lenses adds some styling making these glasses suitable to wear just about anywhere. The polarized lenses are great if you're a fisherman or woman taking the glare off the deep river pools and allowing you to see fish below the surface of the water. Check them out here.
There's so much expense when it comes to your favorite hobby. Lift fees, repairing equipment from the year before and now you need yourself a new pair of Goggles. You could pay $150 or more for a pair of Goggles, and if that's what you want to do, go for it! For those of you that would like to save a bit to put towards that new Helmet or Ski boots this year, don't fret, the SeaDog's got you covered! We pick styles that most people will love and will fit over your prescription lenses to boot.
Keep an eye on SeaDog Jack for some great deals on Ski/Snowboard Goggles and Glasses.
Hey there, and a great big Nova Scotia welcome to my online store, SeaDogJack.ca!
SeaDog Jack is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s maritime provinces and has a deep connection with the sea, thus where I get the name “SeaDog“.
SeaDog Jack specializes in designer sunglasses and other eye wear, but at prices most people can afford. Why should you have to pay $150+ for a quality pair of sunglasses, the thing is you don’t have to. In many cases it’s not that you’re getting a better product, but rather you’re paying for a name. According to CNN Business, even some of the most expensive brands cost only a few dollars to make. At SeaDog Jack’s you’ll find many of our glasses are made of the same types of material found in more expensive brands, material like acetate in building frames, Italian sourced lenses and features like polarization and gradient lenses, but at a much more affordable price! So why the crazy prices for so many popular brands, let’s be honest, sunglasses are not about the cost of making them, they’re about looking cool and at SeaDog Jack’s we allow you to look cool while saving money at the same time.
You'll may also find some product from one of my other loves, Traditional Shaving. If you want to check out what I have on hand, click here!
We recently decided to add some Ski Goggles to the list of glasses we sell, after all, it is that time of year again when people are dusting off those skis and snowboards anticipating another great season on the slopes. These goggles worn by Adam are anti-fog and will fit over a pair of regular glasses, a feature that's a must for many hitting the slopes. The goggles fit perfectly around the back of the helment and contain vents at the top of the goggles to allow them to breath.
Say hello to Adam, another happy SeaDog Jack customer.
Well, the work continues on getting the website urls pointed to the new SeaDog Jack site, I hope to get more into the reasons for my decision to head in this direction at a later time. At any rate, way back I had registered two domains for The Shaving Den, both in .com and .ca
I typically only use the .com site as I had .ca pointing to the same website, when the time came to move the site over to the SeaDog Jack site the .ca move just fine, but the .com gave me a whole world of grief! Everyone on The Shaving Den facebook page have been troopers at helping me test the links and reported back what was working and what was not. I believe we're getting closer, but I'm not quite out of the woods just yet. I called the domain register who tell me "there is no problem", ugh...which isn't a whole lot of help at all.
Currently you can go directly to The Shaving Den webpage using www.theshavingden.ca and I'm still working on www.theshavingden.com, hoping to have that working real soon. If you're interested in viewing the entire site just punch in www.seadogjack.ca on your keyboard which is working just fine!