Closeouts. Whether you're casting for trout on a float trip or driving into a blinding sunset, Bolle's Vitesse sunglasses deliver improved vision and glare reduction with polarized lenses and a lightweight, semi-rimless frame.
Reviewed by Value Seeker from Sunriver OR ad So Cal on Wednesday, July 17, 2013
The nose piece seems wide. As a result, the glasses sit uncomfortably close to my face. ( I'm a male with a normal size face/head). They appear to be lightweight and durable but just don't fit me properly. I returned these for a pair of the Coyote Glacier Sunglasses. They are half the price with a much better fit. My wife and I believe that they are more stylish than the Bolle's and much more comfortable. I wore them during a 5k on a hot day (low 80's degrees) and the Coyote Glacier Sunglasses did not slide down at all. I intend to use these for Tennis as well.
Reviewed by Crazy traveling fool from Virginia on Thursday, June 20, 2013
I was a somewhat reluctant to order these as I spend a lot of time outside, and generally go with Wiley-X or Oakley sunglasses...however, the dog has managed to destroy two pairs of those now and that gets expensive. The sunglasses come with a good case (plus), are light weight and fit my medium size head (7 1/4 hat size) well. The frames have a bit of an odd curve, which is strange to look at, but seems to do a great job of holding them on your head. I have not had them long enough to determine how scratch resistant the lenses are, but given my usage so far, I'd say they will hold up reasonably well.