Thanks for the reply. Here's a bit more info. The RB8305 are new. I don't think the reflection is my eyes, because if I block all light from entering from the side and top of the lenses there is no problem. However, if the sunlight enters from the side at the right angle, it's almost blinding. I have a pair Revo and a pair of cheap (the latter purchased at a gas station on a trip because RB8305 issue was too distracting), both with polarized lenses and neither have this problem. The RB8305 seems to have a coating on the inside of the lenses which is not present on the Revo, or the cheap. After a bit of research I have read quite a few other complaints of this problem. And not all with only the RB8305. I contaced and was told they knew of no problems with the RB8305 and, I quote "..maybe you are one of the people that cannot wear polarized lenses." I checked with the company where I bpough the RB8305 (Sunglass
Hut) and they admitted to recieving many similar complaints with the RB8305, and other RB models, and that Ray Ban
is aware of those issues, but no recall is currently being considered.
So I guess my questions are: Is the apparent coating on the back of the RB8305 necessary? Has there been any other complaints of the problem? Or has any one found a solution?