Yes, still a Maui Jim fan.
(Wear a good hat with full wrap-around brim too)
Many sunglass "companies" are Ray-Ban under a different name. You're just paying for the designer name. And some Ray-Ban glasses are excellent.
Maui Jims can be be ordered with an optical prescription and most shops will properly fit them to your head.
Maui Jim has changed their website and become less technical, sadly. But here is their current page on it:http://www.mauijim.com/onthewater/Technology.htm
Whatever you buy I suggest:
1 Buy glass instead of polycarbonate
2 Don't buy online
3 Try the glasses on outside in direct sunlight
4 Take your 3 top choices outside to compare
5 Sunglasses should not change the shape of objects at all when you slip them up and down over your eyes quickly
6 Make sure you are filtering 100% of bad UV
7 If you can look at reflected sunlight off water while testing, all the better
8 Look at some car windshields with the sunglasses. You should be able to see "patterns" of tint on them if the sunglasses are done well.
9 You want the coatings done in a manner that will keep them from getting scratched, not just applied to the outer surface.
10 Spring hinges with nickel alloy help keep glasses in good shape.
11 On Maui Jims, you can tell if the lens is glass because the Maui Jim logo on the glass is raised to the touch.
12 Don't buy designer glasses.
An honest pair of glass sunglasses will cost you between $150 and $250 without having a designer name attached to it.
Mine are the Typhoon model, and still available. I prefer Nylon frames. If you look closely, you can see the heavier coating along the top and bottom Sam referred to in his reply above.http://tiny.cc/3yyj7
I've had mine for a few years now. No scratches and I'm not a delicate person.
Spend the extra money to properly protect your eyes. As a wise person once said:
"Your eyes are very important. Ask the man who has one."