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With hinges along the sides and bridge, these shades are the ultimate grab-and-go accessory. Available in both black and tortoiseshell, they feature a timeless silhouette that will flatter any face, and a handy storage case to keep them safe when not in use.
Ok so these glasses are really for the small faced person. They weren't very comfortable sitting on the sides of the nose. When unfolded they aren't very stylish as everyone makes them out to be. For the price, you will definitely be disappointed, they aren't worth $5 in my opinion.1
they broke the 2nd time i put them on my head. the cheapo ones you can buy on the street last longer.1
Not for everyone, or at least not me. I found these glasses to be a cool idea and execution, but they were just too darn uncomfortable for me. Probably my face is to blame more than the glasses, but nevertheless they just don't work for me.1
these look awful on my face. they seem to be well made but they just look terrible on me.1
I like the idea of folding sunglasses, but these are too small for me. On the plus side, my girlfriend and her freakishly tiny head loved them.1
I don't find anything about this product good. They fit poorly and look awful.1
The description clearly states that these glasses fit all but that is not the case. I do not have a terribly big head but these glasses are made for men with really small faces. they looked like children's glasses on me.1
I like the idea of shades that fold up fit into a box, but the frames are too large for my face- a bit hipster one might say. However, my girl loves them.1
This product broke the first day I used it. Folding part in middle is cheaply made and breaks easily. Would not recommend.1
The concept is good but they did not fit my face. The ear stems were to short and becuase of that gave me a headache. I gave them away.1