Reviewed by outdoor gal from Oregon on Saturday, September 22, 2012
I have a hard time finding sunglasses that fit. These fit well and I don't feel like I am continually pushing and tugging like I am so used to doing with other sunglasses that I have purchased. They run small, which works for me.
Reviewed by Dry Eye Patient from Northeast on Friday, September 14, 2012
These fit on the small side. The rubber air barrier was applied poorly - not symmetric. The tint is not as dark as I'd hoped. But they fit close enough to my face so that I can wear ANOTHER pair of fit-over sunglasses on really bright days to help with light sensitivity. There is still lots of air getting through so if you are looking for close to air-tight these may not work for you. I like the sleek wrap around fit. The light tint makes it possible to wear indoors to protect against air conditioning in those big box stores.
Reviewed by spok9 from Spokane, WA on Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The small size works for me, so the feedback that some found the frames small was not a negative. I am very happy with these glasses. I use them mostly for cycling, and not only are they comfortable and protective, but everything looks more vibrant with the rose lenses, especially water. I am loving my rides next to the river!
These glasses have "air dams for added protection from wind and debris." Some reviewers have noted the glasses provide good wind protection. However, if you want real eyecups, you might want to look at the Panoptx Sirocco Sunglasses which are photochromic with removable eyecups. They are available at the Sierra Trading Post website. Don't forget to read the Sierra Trading Post "Sunglasses Buying Guide," especially the section on sport sunglasses.
Answered on 8/23/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from none