Reviewed by karenqp from Denver, CO on Tuesday, December 14, 2010
The first time I wore these I was playing tennis and I got hit in the face with the ball. The ball bounced off the glasses and were perfectly fine. No damage to the glasses at all (or my face, btw). Before the hit I wasn't convinced I liked the glasses, but after they protected me from a yellow fuz...
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Reviewed by Hiker, Biker, and Golfer from Philadelphia on Wednesday, May 1, 2013
I've always been the guy who buys the cheap ones and replaces them regularly. Wow, what a difference in clarity for these. Really cool. I'll add that I have a wide bridge on my nose (the result of multiple breaks), and that I was able to adjust these to fit quite easily.
Reviewed by wamama from Washington on Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Since the bridge of my nose is very flat, most sunglasses just slip down so I'm constantly pushing them up. The only way eyeglasses stayed up on me was by squeezing my head so tight I'd get a headache after a hour or so. The nose pieces on these keep them up great, plus they're light. I'd give them five stars except the lens partially pop out letting in sun through the gap but I can push them back in fairly easily.
Reviewed by Work outdoors from California on Thursday, March 14, 2013
I am 5'4''and these sunglasses were not suited to my head size. I returned these because the lenses were too large. They fit well at the temples. I prefer lightweight frames and these are not. I did not bother to try them outside to see how they performed in sunlight.