Reviewed by Rochelle from Niagara, Canada on Monday, February 11, 2013
Great on a very bright snowy drive. Wide enough to block bright sun from the sides as well. Fit nicely on my small-medium size head. The green of the frame is subtle, just enough to keep them from being boring black.
Reviewed by Hiker not biker from Metro Atlanta on Monday, February 11, 2013
These sunglasses are my only pair so they are my go-to.They look nice on and the color of the frame is chic. The lense has great polarization, no distortion. My one complaint is that they sit close on the face and therefore they fog up easily; which is so annoying to me.
Reviewed by Mack's Mom from NC on Thursday, January 17, 2013
I have wanted these sunglasses for months, when lo & behold STP finally had them! I got the emerald green & while it wasn't my 1st choice (which was sold out), I'm very glad it's what I ended up with. They are large without being buggy, sporty without being masculine - with awesome polarization. Only drawback (4 stars) is they squeeze behind my ears, but for the price I'll just get them adjusted. I feel like I got a steal from STP, once again! Thanks!
Reviewed by globalld from New Orleans, LA on Tuesday, December 11, 2012
I love these lightweight glasses. They wrap around my face protecting the corners of my eyes while still looking feminine and stylish. This is my second pair and I anticipate they will last as long as my last pair (which have some scratches now after 3 years)
Reviewed by Smith Devotee from MT on Saturday, May 1, 2010
These glasses are big, however I prefer mine that way to protect against crow's feet. They are quite stylish and the gradient tint gives them a classy edge. I bought them specifically because they are polarized yet a cute style--we spend plenty of time on the rivers in the summer and I hope they will assist with my feeble fly fishing efforts. The gray frame reads darker when they are on. All in all very nice glasses for the price. Love Smiths!!
Best Uses: At The Beach, Athletics, Casual Wear, Driving, Travel
Reviewed by Idaho from Rupert on Tuesday, April 27, 2010
My only problem with them is that they sit too close to my eye on one side. I took them in to be adjusted, but my eyelashes still rub on them. Others have complained about the same, but since I live 170+ miles from the nearest store, I'm going to try to live with the issue.