Reviewed by Pacific NW from Seattle on Friday, October 12, 2012
Not often that I run across a pair of bifocal dark glasses which are comfortable, functional, and stylish. I don't have to dread messing with small pieces of marine hardware like shackle pins or worry about untieing small knots in line with the bifocal lens. And I have plenty of eye protection with the polarized and tinted lens. The bifocal lens are comfortably place so as not to intefere with driving or other more mundane tasks.
Best Uses: At The Beach, Athletics, Casual Wear, Driving, Sailing
Reviewed by Like fine wine from Germantown, MD on Tuesday, October 02, 2012
My job requires a lot of driving and even with lasik surgery I still need readers. These work perfectly. I can read a map, check my GPS, and see the car instrumentation without having to switch glasses (not recommended when driving). They are not tight on the temples and they fit comfortably around the ears. The reader lenses are properly placed so that it just allows me to look down rather than having to tilt my head to look through them.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Driving, Travel
Cons: Would Like More Selection
Describe Yourself: Comfort-Oriented, Practical, Work Requires Car Time
Pros: Adequate Tint, Attractive Design, Comfortable, Good Polarization, Lightweight