As soon as I opened this product I was printing out the return postage. I bought these for my husband but they looked too feminine and small for him. I didnt even show it to him.It is not the durable "heavy" plastics that most designers use for sunglasses. Its that cheap ,lightweight "swap meet desighner rip offs" type of plastic. Its has the name TOUR VISION on both sides AND on the lens .. in bright white!. Totally cheesy. ALTHOUGH the polarization on the lenses where great. Bottom line... if your going to use these for a sport and not as every day driving etc "cool looking"glasses, then I guess these would work. PS) I ordered the black ones.
I was looking for a sporty, noseguard free, pair of dark glasses for a male friend. These fit the build. Well made, a little to snug at first. but does the job well. The white lettering on the lens was a bit of a turn off, but they rubbed off easily! I would buy another pair.
These sunglasses work, but are very cheap, like the cheap junky ones you can find at the mall in those little kiosks. They're priced high for what you get. I was bummed at the quality, I feel like a wasted a little money on these, oh well.
They look pretty good, except the shiny surface reminds me of cheap sunglasses. I think a matte surface would help with that. I don't know who's idea it was to write the brand directly in your field of view. Very annoying, but a few scrapes of the fingernail took care of that problem. I'm pretty sensitive to light so the tint wasn't strong enough for me. For some reason the tint is darker on the top and reduces towards the bottom. On sunny days I find myself switching back to my darker tinted Bolles. It does reduce glare to give you a nice clean view. I only wear these on overcast days now.