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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.
Serioiusly, any of their lifestyle/clothes type of stuff if made for an infant. I could barely get these on my face. Worthless.1
I don't have any sunglasses like this which is why I enjoy them. The arms may be a little short, but they do stay on well.4
The folding aspect is great, and makes the glasses very compact. But other then that, they are not very good. Just going to put them in my car as an emergency backup.3
Perfect for when your regular shades are not available, these bad boys fit anywhere and look pretty sharp. The tortoise shell coloring won't go out of style.4
Really like the frame shape, and fun that they fit in a small box for easy daily carrying. However, mine broke after about two months worth of use. Well worth it if you can be extremely careful with them, but with the constant breaking down and popping out, that can be difficult.3
Don't know if these will get used. Kind of bad quality for the price.3
I loved the look of the sunglasses and I did like how they folded up nice and neat.
But, they didn't fit well. I guess my head is too big. They fit my 13-year-old niece perfect!
THis is a cool idea, but the style just is not for me. Also the quality seemed a bit cheap. These will end up as my emergency sunglass in my glove compartment3
I typically use aviators in the summer but I like the look of these shades. They offer good protection (at least better than your cheaper $10 gas station shades) and are pretty convenient to store. I have a bad history of breaking sunglasses so the case is a bonus too.4
They were interesting enough, but my head is large and therefore these looked like kids glasses on me.1