Closeouts. Optical clarity and fashionable sophistication combine in Kaenon's Leila polarized sunglasses. Oversized polarized lenses reduce glare, and comfortable pads are built into the nose-bridge of the frame.
Reviewed by Jesus from El Paso on Thursday, March 27, 2014
Awesome lenses clarity, polarization (plenty uniform as glass, really) and lightweight too. Feels very comfortable (I wear to test, Im man, I specially hate pressure points in the nose or ears, but I didnt feel anything, all ok) and the build is enought strong. I bought this as a gift to my mother, she likes specially to cover the eyebrows when wearing sunglasses, and they did, BUT... is very oversized, specially in the external up corner of the frames, they looks so far of the head.
So, If your face is big (I dont want to offense girls, just saying) or you like fancy gigant sunglasses, this if for you. If not, maybe you will be disappointed about the fit. The quality of the product, is unquestionable very very well made, but as women, the fashion look and design of the sunglasses generally is the most important point =)
Reviewed by RozS from California on Thursday, December 26, 2013
I lost my sunglasses while Christmas shopping and was so relieved to find that they were still available here. It's a little scary they're discontinued but at least now I have another pair to hold onto!
Reviewed by Naampueng from Colorado on Friday, July 05, 2013
When I first received these sunglasses, I was blown away by the clarity of the lens, which was also the perfect shade of rosy brown. They were large but comfortable, and I received several compliments. Fast forward two years. I take excellent care of my shades, making sure the lens is free of debris before polishing, and always casing them when I'm not using. Which is why I was so surprised when I donned them one day and it looked like I hadn't just cleaned them. Which I had. Upon careful inspection I realized the lenses were beginning to delaminate, leaving little waves across the surface of the lens. My heart sank. If I'm going to spend the price Kaenon demands for their sunglasses, I expect them to last longer than two years. And of course, the warranty is good for only one. Maybe I got a lemon? I don't know, perhaps. But I'm not risking it again with this brand. Total bummer as I was sure I had found my new sunglasses soul mate.