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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.
I wanted to love these James-Bond-esque glasses, but upon modeling for my BF, they got a thumbs down. That being said, I have a skinny head; these glasses MIGHT go with a wide, floppy-brimmed hat, but not solo on a beach day.2
Cool idea but not for me. The shape of these sunglasses just don't work for my face. They're for a very specific shape. Like classic RayBans can look good on everyone... These sunglasses fit a very limited face type. Cool idea though.1
These are an inexpensive and convenient backup to keep in your car or bag. I agree with other reviewers that the lens is a bit light for very bright environments, but otherwise I don't have any complaints about something so cheap (considering how expensive these glorified pieces of plastic usually are).4
I have a large head so these glasses look goofy on me; luckily my (female) roommate really likes them so at least someone is getting use out of them.1
not my favorite shades....cool that they fold up, but they're heavy on the face and don't look that great.2
Looks really wierd on my face. They are also too short on the sides and pull on my ears1
These were a great style, however I wear prescription glasses and cannot wear. I gave them to my boyfriend and he loves them!4
I like the idea behind these but they didn't fit well. I don't have an overly large head or anything, but the arms were to short to go over my ears.2
I think this is a cool product. It was a bit tight on my face, but overall it is great, convenient, and stylish.4
When I saw the sunglasses on the video, I was excited. But, when I got them they did not fit (too small). I tried to GIVE these glasses to six other people and unfortunately no one wants them.1