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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.
What a handy little pair of shades! Fit perfectly in your pocket... with or without the case.4
Nice pair of sunglasses. Easy to fit in pocket and good UV rating.4
These shades are pretty nifty little buggers. Classic style, with a twist... Or fold, rather. They work for me, but I'm into some really crazy styles when it comes to sunglasses. It is pretty nice to have a classic to fall back on, though. I've encountered folding sunglasses before, but these ones are more well-made, in my opinion.4
Cool folding design. Might be a bit flimsy and easy to break but awesome to receive these.4
Received these in the June box, and will use them as a spare pair, keep in the car or something like that. Don't think they look great on me and I prefer polarized, but for what they are, not bad.4
I very much enjoy the shape of these shades and the folding design is cool. The folds do make them feel a little flimsier than I'm used to and they don't fit everyones face, but for an inexpensive pair of sunglasses, they're great. They're very current stylistically and I love the keyhole and the tortoise.4
I like how these shades are meant for travel and fold up to easily place in a bag or suitcase. They are well crafted and great from just about anyone.4
These are cool and fun. They come in a great box and fold up easily. They are perfect to throw in the center console of my jeep. This is something I will use everyday.4
They are super unique. really love the style and the storage box. more glasses should come with one.4
Nice for a backup pair of shades. I gave mine away since I have to have prescription glasses, but the person I gave them to loved them.4