Reviewed by KY Guy from Springfield, IL on Friday, October 11, 2013
I have a narrow face, so I need smaller profile glasses to avoid looking like Atom Ant; that said, the lens on these are a bit more narrow than the photograph led me to believe. However, that is my only negative as the arms are substantial yet, comfortable and the lens have no distortion and have the right shade of tint.
Reviewed by Brenda from Nevada on Wednesday, June 05, 2013
I like Bolle sunglasses in general. They all have excellent quality and I find them stylish and effective in their sun protection. They are light weight, and yet they do the job of deflecting the sun's rays. I only buy Bolle sunglasses. So, I am a big fan of their product.
Reviewed by One-eye from Flagstaff AZ on Monday, October 08, 2012
Bought a pair several months ago. Within a week one of the lenses fell out, scratching it and making it fairly worthless. I couldn't quite see what the problem was but couldn't seem to fix it, so I put it aside. Silly me, thought this was just a fluke, bought another pair. Within a few weeks a lens fell out. This time I realized the screw that holds the lens was put in without tightening--on both sides. The screw was gone, so I got a lousy replacement that didn't really work. Couldn't use them for weeks. Then decided to cannibalize one from the other pair. It seems to be holding, but I don't quite trust it for travel, etc. without a backup pair. I like the glasses themselves, but the manufacturing and final work was very flaky. So, if you can get a micro-screwdriver and tighten everything first thing, you might have a decent pair of glasses for awhile. This is not the first pair of Bolle's that have had lenses fall out. I won't buy Bolle anymore, but I've managed to make these glasses serviceable.