Reviewed by Frank from Kansas City, MO on Wednesday, November 30, 2011
These sunglasses are light and sturdy, with crisp lenses, and a mildly unusual, but still serious style. They grip the sides of your head and don't slide around. I could see them being a little uncomfortable for someone with a round head, but for me they work fine. Also, they're not made in China, so you're not adding to our massive trade deficit with that country.
Reviewed by Southern Man from columbia, sc on Tuesday, November 29, 2011
I've always liked Julbo, but these are uncomfortable on my ears, might be too tight, or the curvature of the temples and perhaps a little heavy. I've got a smaller face & these were supposed to be for such, but the ear pieces/temples feel too tight. My Optician brother says I can put the temples in boiling water or, use a hair dryer to make them more straight so, I might try that. But, for the price, they're nice and stylish.
Reviewed by GoatMan from Napa on Saturday, August 13, 2011
These have been good so far. I like closeout glasses because I loose and/or break them within a year or so historically for several decades running now so price is an object. I climb alot and drive a fire engine for a living and I need a good lens. These were way cheap and they have really good lenses. The matte color frames got bad reviews, read, frame coating peels off. So I bought the odd reddish brown frames. Which aren't too bad really, mildly ugly. They fit really well. Not too tight as, a few reviewers said and I have a largish melon. The amber lens is more versatile for my needs and work great in mountain. I also like that they are not polarized 'cause that screws with my reading of speedo/tach on my motorcycle. I think that I will order another pair 'for their gone.