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Yellow Lens Mirrored Sunglasses

Mirrored wayfarer sunglasses
women's Purple sunglasses with blue lenses

Extra Large Purple Sunglasses

Purple sunglasses

Introducing our newest release to our Extra Large Sunglasses line - our Purple XL Sunglasses

Need wide wayfarer sunglasses? We've got you. Our XL line is perfect for those who love wide wayfarer shades. If tight sunglasses are giving you headaches we could be the online sunglasses store you need!

Check out our new Purple XL sunglasses and let us know what you think.

 

We hope you love them.

Stay Faded,

Ben

Best Driving Sunglasses

What are the best sunglasses for driving?

 Driving sunglasses

 

If you own a decent pair of sunglasses, you can be confident that they will be protecting your eyes from the sun, providing UV protection and keeping dust and debris out of your eyes. Even if your sunglasses are checking all of these boxes, they still might not be your best option for driving sunglasses.

Driving places a new set of demands on your eyes, dazzling sunlight, glare and fog to name a few. Another factor is being able to see road signs clearly so you can easily distinguish colors, (very helpful for traffic lights)!

So what makes for a good pair of driving sunglasses? We’ve broken it down for you with a few recommendations-

 

Fixed vs Variable (Photochromic) Lenses

Variable lenses automatically change tint/darkness depending on how much UV light they are exposed to. These are not a suitable choice for driving glasses.

The windscreen on a car can block 40% of UV light, so this is going to interfere with the appropriate lens tint on your sunglasses. Photochromic lenses are reactive, but it takes time for them to adjust. If you go from bright sunlight, into a tunnel your lenses will still be dark until they adjust to your new surroundings. We don't need to go into why this is dangerous. Also colder temperatures slow down the adjustment time on Variable lenses. Stay with a fixed lens, that is a must.

 

Lens Color

Your lens color will affect how much visible light reaches your eyes and how well the user can see colors. Obviously this is important for seeing road signs, traffic lights etc. Pink, blue and green lenses do not make for the best driving sunglasses as they can make red lights difficult so distinguish.

The best colors for driving lenses are grey and brown. These lenses are color neutral so they will not affect how you will see colors.

 

Polarized Lenses

Are polarized sunglasses better? They certainly are. Polarized lenses are the best choice for driving as they dramatically reduce glare from reflected surfaces, other cars, wet roads etc. Glare puts a huge amount of strain on the eyes and can be dangerous and distracting. Polarized lenses can also be a good choice in foggy conditions because of their ability to sharpen details, just be careful with the level of tint. If you are wondering "why polarized sunglasses"? We have done a comprehensive write up of polarized sunglasses here.

Here are our two standout choices for our best driving sunglasses-

Black Polarized

Polarized Black Sunglasses

Tortoise Brown Lens Polarized

Brown lens polarized sunglasses

 A great pair of sunglasses can only add to the thrill of driving on the open road, stay safe out there.

Coolest sunglasses for men guide

The coolest sunglasses for men and women in 2017

Sunglasses can be likened to shoes, belts and watches, you should own a selection of each. What is right for a hike, isn’t right for eating alfresco downtown. Some sunglasses are great all rounders, others are not, (your wraparound Oakley’s are not welcome at the board meeting bro).

Here’s our guide to the right sunglasses for the right occasion.

 

Wayfarer's

Wayfarer Black Sunglasses guide

If you are looking for a great multi-tasker look no further. This classic style is suitable for any setting, where sunglasses would be appropriate. Just make sure you have a few different colors to change things up.

 

XL Wide Wayfarer Sunglasses

Wide wayfarer sunglasses guide

 

Just because you have a large head doesn't mean you can't join the party. As above with the Wayfarer's, these shades are great for almost any situation you may find yourself, and your large beautiful face.

 

Aviators

Aviators sunglasses guide

Perfect for relaxing around the pool or on the beach. Don't worry if you have one too many Scotch and soda's. These mirrored Aviators will keep your crazy eyes safely hidden. These are decent if you own a jet too!

 

Polarized Sunglasses

Polarized yellow lens sunglasses

Great for any sports/outdoors enthusiast, polarized lenses offer awesome, glare free vision. Our Polarized sunglasses frames are made from a flexible lightweight TR90 material that's easy on the face, but hard to break.

 

Custom Sunglasses

Custom build sunglasses

Whoever goes with the custom option doesn't need to be told how to wear these. Go do your thing you big beautiful butterfly!

 

Composed Hand Crafted Sunglasses

Hand made sunglasses guide

The height of style and sophistication. Perfect for a lawn wedding or any high end outdoor event. Are these art or are they sunglasses? Are the two mutually exclusive?

Now get out there and look amazing!

Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments below. 

 

 

Buy sunglasses online

8 Reasons why buying sunglasses online is a smart move

Online sunglasses
 
 
More people than ever are heading to online sunglasses stores for their next sunglasses purchase. Whenever I have purchased sunglasses in person, my desire has been for everybody in the store to disappear. I want it be me, the mirror, 50 pairs of sunglasses and all of the time in the world. The reality is very different. Someone is always stood in front of the mirror you want to use, the sales person is pushing the latest style on you and the shades are full of grubby, greasy finger prints. 
 
Below are eight excellent reasons why you should buy your next pair of sunglasses online.
 
  1. Simple pricing - You've been there right? You are in the sunglasses store, you've finally found a pair that you like, only for that pair to be locked behind some glass with the price tag conveniently hidden from view? You try them on and love them only to discover they are $450. Not a problem with online sunglasses, the price is there for all to see.
  2. No pressure - How many times do you have to call the sales associate over to "unlock" a pair of sunglasses for you, before you start to feel awkward or pressured into a purchase. For me it's about four times and then I get uncomfortable. At your friendly online sunglasses store, take all of the time you need.
  3. Comparisons - Shopping online you can line up ten pairs of sunglasses and compare them against each other. Try doing that in a store!
  4. Reviews - Ask for a review in store? Sure the sales person will tell you "these are the finest sunglasses ever made". When you shop for sunglasses online most pairs will have a review from a paying customer right on the product page.
  5. Convenience - This one is huge, where else can you do your shopping from the comfort of your Spiderman pajamas, at 2am, while eating ice cream from the container, dancing to Rick Astley (he's no stranger to love)?
  6. Price - Cut out the middlemen, no sales associate to pay, no sales tax (if you are out of state). This all means big savings that can be passed on to you.
  7. Returns - most online retailers have a great, no questions asked returns policy. All taken care of without you having to head back to the store.
  8. Gifting - Want to make a purchase as a gift? Shop online and have it sent straight to the recipient! Easy as pie, (apple pie, with ice cream).
Shopping for your next pair of sunglasses should be done online if you ask me. The advantages are there for all to see. Ready to browse? Check out what we have to offer here. Why not treat yourself to some Rick while you are at it?!
    Stay Faded,
    Ben
    Cell phone and sunglasses

    Help! Why can’t I see my cellphone screen through my sunglasses?

    Polarized screen
      
    It’s a beautiful day on the farm, the sun is shining. You take out your smartphone to take a photograph of the amazing vista, but you can’t see your phone screen. What’s the deal?
     
    Well before you start cursing out Samsung and throw your phone in the lake, take a second. It’s less to do with your phone and more to do with your polarized sunglasses.
     
    Polarized lenses are popular for many reasons, as we have written here. But as a means for looking at your cellphone (or any LCD screen) there are some issues. LCD screens have their own polarizing screen filter, so when you add another filter, (your sunglasses) things get tricky.
     
    Here is an awful example of what’s going on-
     
    Hold your hand out in front of your face with your fingers spread wide apart (filter one). Then do the same with your other hand (filter two), and place one hand behind the other. With your fingers perfectly in line you can see what’s behind them. Yet with your fingers misaligned they block your vision. This is a simple example of what’s going on with your smart phone screen filter and your sunglasses filter.
     
    There is a simple fix for this though. Rotate your phone through 90 degrees, (from portrait to landscape or vice versa). Then your screen will pop back to life.
     
    This is also a good test if you have ever wondered, “how do I know if my sunglasses are polarized?” Hold your sunglasses in front of an LCD screen and rotate them. If the screen starts to dim through your sunglasses lens then congratulations. You have yourself a bonafide pair of polarized sunglasses.
     
    I hope this post has been helpful in solving your first world problems. Feel free to let us know your thoughts below.
     
    Stay Faded,
     
    Ben
    Replacement sunglasses

    How do you remove scratches from sunglasses?

    Scratched lenses on the beach
     
     
    Accidents happen, people drop things. Heck some people seem to be experts at it, especially when it comes to dropping other people’s property.
     
    Now if you are here because you have a scratch on your sunglasses lens, I have some good news and some bad news. The bad news first-
     
    You don’t have anything under your kitchen sink or in your garage to repair that scratch. I’m not trying to be a Debbie Downer here, I'm a reporter of facts.
     
    A scratch on the lens means there is an abrasion on the lens. The only way to repair that abrasion - fill it with a material that is the same color, clarity and density as the lens. Difficult, perhaps impossible.
     
    Try buffing it out? To do this you would have to remove the surface of the lens to the depth of the scratch, all whilst maintaining a perfect buff and… You know what? I’m not even going to finish this sentence. Don’t try and buff out your lenses with sandpaper.
     
    Let me present you with a list of things that DON'T work,
     
    Sandpaper - Scratch city, don’t do it man. Put down the wrecking ball.
     
    Toothpaste – The idea is the tiny abrasives in the paste will wear down the lens to the depth of the scratch. If this were true we’d have no teeth left.
     
    Sunscreen – A temporary fix at best, the lotion fills the crack but will disperse over time.
     
    Furniture wax – If you still want to see through your lenses, don’t try this one.
     
    I did promise you some good news,
     
    If you have expensive sunglasses, see if the manufacturer offers replacement lenses. You could get lucky.
     
    We offer a fine range of affordable polarized and non-polarized UV protection sunglasses. Check them out here. The past is the past, let’s move forward.
     
    Stay Faded,
     
    Ben
    Extra large Sunglasses

    New release, Iceberg Extra Large sunglasses

    Large men sunglasses

    Introducing our newest release to the XL line - our Iceberg XL Sunglasses

    Sunglasses, large face? We've got you. Our XL line is perfect for those who love wide wayfarer sunglasses.

    Our Iceberg XL Sunglasses were inspired by the breathtaking beauty of a lone iceberg in the ocean. A mountain of cool captured in a pair of sunglasses.

     

    We hope you love them.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Sun sunglasses

    Branded Sunglasses

    Branded Sunglasses

     

     

    At Faded Days we specialize in high quality, affordable branded sunglasses for men and women.

    Welcome to Faded Days Sunglasses

    Please feel free to checkout FadedDays.com or see if any of the styles below are what you are looking for-

    UV Protection Polarized Sunglasses - Quality polarized sunglasses

    Custom Wayfarer - Design your own sunglasses with our custom sunglasses builder

    Extra Large Sunglasses - Big head? No problem. We made our wide wayfarer sunglasses just for you.

    Aviator Sunglasses - Mirrored aviator sunglasses, women's and men's.

    

    Faded Days - Affordable sunglasses perfected.

    uv protection polarized sunglasses

    Polarized Lenses

    Mirrored Polarized Sunglasses
    Polarized sunglasses are often the choice of boaters, fisherman and drivers who need to reduce reflected glare from the surfaces surrounding them.
     
    But now as the benefits of polarized sunglasses have become mainstream, enthusiasm for polarized lenses has skyrocketed.
     
    So why do outdoors men, skiers, hikers, bikers, fishermen and boaters love polarized sunglasses so much? It's all to do with glare. But you don't have to be a specialist/hobbyist to benefit from polarized lenses, polarized sunglasses also make for the best driving sunglasses.
     
    What do Polarized lenses do?
    The suns rays distribute light in all directions, when that light hits a flat surface, say some water, a road or the car in front of you, if reflects off that surface in a horizontally polarized fashion. So instead of that reflected light being scattered, it seems to be heading right for your eyes! This results in you being dazzled - the strength of that light can be uncomfortable and often dangerous. 
     
    Polarized lenses are coated with a special film or filter that impedes harsh reflected light and in turn, reduces glare. Basically polarized sunglasses are a sieve for reflected light.
     
    In a side by side comparison the benefits of a polarized lens are easy to see. On a sunny day a polarized lens will offer greater clarity and an increase in fine detail.
     
    All of our Polarized Sunglasses are UV Protection Polarized Sunglasses and are made with a TR90 lightweight, flexible frame, (we made them flexible for active people to avoid breakage). We also offer mirrored polarized sunglasses. If you have never experienced the benefits of a polarized lens, I'd say you should check them out.
     
    Stay Faded,
    Ben
    Sunglasses monopoly

    Why are sunglasses so expensive? | Part 2

    Sell sunglasses

    In part one we covered who owns 80% of the sunglasses market - Luxottica. Now we'll lake a look at why you might never have heard of them and how monopolizing an industry can impact pricing. 

    Why isn't Luxottica a household nameThe principles of luxury marketing;

    • Sub-luxury association with the brand dilutes brand equity, clearly making the case for Luxottica being a best-kept secret.
    • Luxury brands are "seen" by the company they keep. If the public acknowledged that virtually all high-end eyewear is designed and manufactured by one firm it would likely destroy franchise value and erode the "authentic" brand message to consumers.
    • Luxury brands are elevated to a higher standard - that perception is paramount.

     

    The Monopoly


    Luxottica has been known to use it's monopolized power to increase the prices of sunglasses; regularly charging as high as 20 times what they cost to produce – and this is not only aimed at prescription sunglasses.

    Let's take Ray-Ban as an example, this was a brand that was worn by many and was affordable to the masses. However, in 1999 Luxottica bought the brand and raised the price from around $40 to over $150 per pair. Whilst there was a increase in pricing, the quality of the sunglasses they produced seemed to remain the same.


    When Oakley wanted to dispute Luxottica's in store pricing markup, Luxottica responded by dropping Oakley from all of their shelves (Sunglasses Hut, Lens Crafters, Target Optical, Sears Optical, Pearl Vision). This resulted in a collapse in Oakley's stock price, fear not though, Luxottica came in and bought them out. Not cool.


    So let's summarize - Luxottica owns the second largest eye insurance company in America, they own the factory that makes the sunglasses, the sunglasses brand (some brands they Just subcontract to D&G, Prada, Chanel) and the store that sells them. 
    Obviously most people would want out of this type of monopoly, but sunglasses remain an essential need for people all over the world. There are many who need sunglasses that are either prescribed or polarized in order to protect sensitive eyes. So what would the next best solution be?


    The easiest way out of this money-making scheme would be to opt for smaller and independent sunglasses companies. By doing this you will get great quality sunglasses and the most important part – you will get value for your money from an honest and hardworking brand.


    I do hope this doesn't come off as sour grapes, after all, the whole reason I started Faded Days Sunglasses was because I thought sunglasses were too expensive. So in a way, I should be thankful to Luxottica. But I'm in the game now and I'm trying to change it for the better, and as far as I can see it, education is key.


    Stay Faded, 
    Ben

    Expensive sunglasses

    Why are most sunglasses so expensive? | Part one

    Burning money sunglasses

     

    THE GREAT SUNGLASSES MONOPOLY – AN ILLUSION OF CHOICE:

    Choosing the right pair of sunglasses can be an exciting thing to do – what is better than sitting on the beach, looking great in your newest pair of shades?

    Branded shades have created a want in consumers over the years, and lately this has turned into a need. It is no secret that the majority of sunglasses are extremely expensive, some of them might even end up costing you as much as your smartphone, if not more.

    Sure, they protect your eyes against harmful UV rays, but if truth be told, manufacturing lenses that offer UV400 protection is not that expensive, so what’s going on?

    Have you ever wondered why sunglasses from big houses and popular high street brands are so expensive?

    Here's the deal, it’s due to a lack of competition.

    But how can this be? There are so many sunglasses brands to choose from!

    What if I told you that over 80% of the major eyewear brands are owned by the same company, including the world’s No.1 seller Ray-Ban?

    That’s right, one single giant eyewear brand Luxottica owns Ray-Ban, as well as Oakley, Persol, Oliver Peoples and the list goes on and on. They also own popular retailers (Sunglasses Hut, Lens Crafters, Target Optical, Sears Optical, Pearl Vision) as well as a few a few vision insurance companies too.

    So now it’s all starting to make sense, if you own the brand, the retail outlet and the insurance company you pretty much get to charge whatever you want.

    Everything is worth what people are ready to pay Andrea Guerra, CEO, Luxottica, 60 Minutes interview, 2014

    In part 2 we'll explore why you may never have heard of Luxottica and how a company can use a monopoly to it's own advantage.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    XL Sunglasses

    New Release | Neptune Sunset Extra Large

    Extra Large Sunglasses

     

    We would like to introduce you to our latest release in our XL Sunglasses line, the Neptune Sunset.

    Our Neptune Sunset shades were inspired by the beautiful Florida Sunsets we get to witness on an almost daily occasion. We wanted to create a pair of sunglasses that illustrated that breathtaking moment of when the sun meets the ocean. Between the two tone frames and the mirrored lenses we think we have been successful.

    Our Extra Large frames are perfect if you have a big head, or if you are just looking for a little more coverage. 

    We hope you like them as much as we do.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Beach sunglasses

     

    Sitting on cake

    You can't have your cake and eat it! (You can sit on it though).

    I love food, on many occasions I have referred to myself as a "food pervert", I may stop using that phrase as I don't want to be categorized with whatever is going on here?

     

     

    So this has nothing to do with sunglasses, fashion perhaps? Art maybe? Either way, I felt compelled to bring it to your attention.

    Bompas and Parr are well known for their unusual use of food, however this takes the biscuit!

    What's going on here is called "Sploshing". I didn't delve too deep into the subject matter out of fear of what I may discover. But as far as I can workout sploshing is the "gastro-erotic" (my term) art of sitting on food, and well, getting excited by it. 

    Bompas and Parr teamed up with photographer Jo Duck and created the project, "Cake Holes" (true story), here's a taste of what they came up with.

    Double splosh
    Innocent splosh
    MAN SPLOSH!
    Cake

    Is this a waste of good food or the means to your end? You tell us the bare facts in the comments below.

    UV Eye protection

    Sunglasses, eye health and UV400 protection | Why are sunglasses important?

    Dog wearing sunglasses

     

    Did you know your sunglasses could be doing a lot more for you than reducing glare and making you look good? Here's a little info on the importance of UV400 protection lenses.

    This is not my usual writing style, but sometimes you've just got to deliver the info.

    What's the issue?

    The primary danger the sun poses to our eyes comes in the form of Ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Most people are very aware of the harm UV rays can do to our skin, but not so aware of the damage it can cause our eyes.

    Exposing the eye to UV rays can have adverse long-term and short-term effects on the eye and its vision.

    What can happen?

    If your eyes are exposed to excessive amounts of UV radiation over a short period of time, you are likely to experience an effect called photokeratitis.

    What's Photokeratitis?

    Photokeratitis is likened to skin sunburn, but affects the cornea and conjunctiva. Symptoms would usually be noticed several hours after exposure and could include tears, pain (like having sand in your eyes), extreme sensitivity to light and red eyes. Fortunately this condition is usually temporary, but can be protected against through the use of UV400 eye protection.

    Why should I be bothered?

    The effects of long-term exposure to UV rays can be much more serious for the eyes. Studies have shown that exposure to small amounts of UV rays over a period of years can contribute to cataract formation, pinguecula (degeneration in the eye) and macular degeneration.

    UV rays are also harmful to the sensitive skin around the eye area and we all know about the importance of of skin protection in the sunshine. It involves much more than just eye wrinkles.

    With the above in mind, all of our sunglasses offer full UV400 protection, (they block all rays up to 400 nanometers). All UV rays (UV-A, UV-B and UV-C), have wavelengths below 400 nanometers. Therefore our UV400 lenses block 100% of UV rays.

    So when you are choosing a new pair of sunglasses we would love them to be Faded Days, but if not please do make sure they are UV protection glasses or UV protection polarized sunglasses.

    What is the most important thing to you when choosing a pair of sunglasses? Let us know in the comments section.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Good actions

    Good actions are a guard against the blows of adversity

    Plane quote
    Nike self lacing shoe

    Nike's self-lacing shoes drops Dec 1st, but they ain't cheap...

    Nike self lacing sneaker with matching sunglasses?

     

    When we were young we were promised so much about the future, flying cars, robot servants and cities in the sky, all of which are yet to come to fruition. At least one prediction came true though, Nike's self-lacing sneaker. GREAT SCOTT!!

    The HyperAdapt 1.0 will be available from December 1st in two New York locations, with the sneaker rolling out to other stores later in the month, as well as on the Nike+ app.

    This tech comes at a price though, quite a hefty one, a futuristic $720. That's a lot a cash to not have to tie those bunny ears, but it's also a chance to own a piece of futuristic history.

    I know a few sneakerheads who will have no problem dropping $720 to snag these, and they know just where to come for sunglasses to complete the outfit.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Correction does much, but encouragement does more

    Casey Neistat sunglasses

    CNN Buys Casey Neistat’s Video App Beme

    Casey Neistat

     

    It looks Like CNN just picked up YouTube star, Casey Neistat and his video sharing app Beme for around $25 million. Casey interests us as he is instantly recognizable by his unique, custom wayfarer sunglasses.

    Beme describes itself as an “unfiltered way to share your personal experience,” it captures video when you cover your phones proximity sensors, the idea being you hold your phone to your chest and it records, rather than you holding your phone in front of you. The video you just shot is then immediately uploaded without you seeing or editing it.

    The social app got off to a decent start in 2015 with claims of over a half million downloads in it's first week, but then it seemed to falter. The app appeared to have failed only for it to relaunch in May 2016, but hasn't got near the success of Snapchat, and now has Instagram as a competitor also.

    My guess is CNN is more interested in access to Neistat and his audience rather than the social platform.

    Casey recently announced he would be ending his daily YouTube blog to focus on other projects, so this all kind of makes sense now.

    Mr Neistat has built quite the brand up to press, I wonder if he will be able to keep it going in his new partnership...?

    50% off store wide | Cyber Monday

    Give a girl the right sunglasses and she can conquer the world


    Wayfarer sunglasses black Friday deal

    Black Friday

    Black Friday sunglasses offer

     

    How would you like a FREE pair of our best selling pair of sunglasses today? Simply place an order today at FadedDays.com and we will include them in your shipment, no promo code required, they won't show in your cart, but they will show at your door!

    Every order placed today will ship with a free pair of our most popular Black wayfarer Sunglasses included for free. No promo code is required, we'll just gently add them to your order.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Nancy alpaca

    Nancy

    That is Nancy on the left with her on/off boyfriend Harold.

     

    Nancy the alpaca

    Personalized sunglasses

    Design your own sunglasses

    It's our choices that show who we truly are...

     

    Design your own sunglasses

     

    We believe choice is important, we believe everyone can have their own unique style.

    Build you own sunglasses with our custom sunglasses builder. Personalize your look, turn some heads.

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

     

    Hiker on a mountain

    The longer we dwell on our misfortunes, the greater their power to harm us.

    The longer we dwell on our misfortunes
    Low water level lake, no wake

    Up in North Carolina

    Hey pal,

    I was up in North Carolina this weekend. I went to visit my friends Ryan and Julie. There are a ton of reasons I love going up there, but non more than the fact that Julie runs the lifestyle blog Peanut Butter Fingers. She features a lot of recipes on the blog so she is always looking for a willing food taster, and well, I'm a food pervert! She just threw together a full Thanksgiving dinner while I was there! MAGNIFICENT ;)

    As always I had my camera with me as I continue to fudge my way through trying to learn how to take some decent shots. 

    Lake Norman, North Carolina

     

    This one is at Lake Norman. The water level is pretty low so there is a temporary "beach" right now.

    Clear wayfarer mirrored sunglasses

    I came across this fallen tree. I thought it would make for a decent shot. These are our Clear Ice wayfarer sunglasses. 

    I'm still pretty tight from the eight hour drive, but I was happy singing my arse off all of the way ;)

    Stay Faded,

    Ben

    Extra Large sunglasses in New York city

    A little trip to NYC

    I took a short trip to NYC recently. 

    I have a good friend that lives in Battery Park, so I stayed at his place.

    I was working on a new project that will come to fruition in the New Year, but as always I took a few promo snaps of my sunglasses while I was there. The Black Polarized wayfarers is one of mine and the Black and Red XL sunglasses is a pic from a talented photographer @jakobdahlin. You can see who has the skills!

    I love New York. I love the buzz of the city and I always come back energized and inspired.

    New York high line

    Empire state building

    Focus on results?

    No one remembers who came second.

    No one remembers who cam second.

    A leader takes people where they want to go

    A great leader
    The human mind is a death trap

    Overthinking

    Sportsmanship

    One man practicing sportsmanship

    Whatever good things we build

    Tolerance

    What does the Foxx say?

    Actions speak louder than words. Looks like Jamie is pretty happy with his Slate Haze XL Faded Days!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     




    Anger is an acid

    The real voyage of discovery

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    Only two things are infinite

    You cannot find peace by avoiding life

    Love is always open arms

    Expectations

    You have enemies? Good.

    Be brave, take risks. Nothing can substitute experience.

    Be Brave, take risks

    If you want the rainbow, you've gotta put up with some rain

    If you want the rainbow, you've got to put up with some rain

    Hard work spotlights the character of people

    Hard work

    I hated every minute of training

    Muhammad Ali

    He who avoids complaint invites happines

    Six impossible things

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