I honestly think these are the best shades money can buy for the following reasons:
1) Very very light weight (lightest aviators you'll find). I forgot i had them on as i walked into class and my professor asked i remove them for the exam lolol
2) Extremely resilient despite its light weight.
3) Polarized lenses make a tremendous difference, these lenses in particular though offer excellent UV filtration/polarization. In addition, it doesn't say "Polarized" on the lenses in relatively large font unlike
quite a few other optically treated sunglasses. A plus, as writing has no business on your face especially your eyes (restrictive down axis vision, not to mention ugly)
4) Very sleek and stylish looking with a tiny itty bitty logo (which is a huge plus in my book as im not fond of logos)
5) Made in Japan (plus for me), justifies its quality
6) I was surprised just how rich and vivid colors were with these, you will be impressed (very dynamic). I got the brown lenses.
7) I dare you to get them to fall off.
8) I've never had sunglasses that articulate this well (its flexibility moves with the contours of your face and head while stationary or otherwise). Thus, they acquire a factor of comfortability i've never seen before in
sunglasses (without sacrificing quality/durability).
9) Almost nonexistent pressure on my nose (no headache or soreness after about 9 hours of continual use). The soft nose bombs arch based on how big your bridge is and the end product of all this is that the shades literally feel like they're suspended in mid air in front of your face.
10) Upon removing them those red indentations, characteristic of the imprint of many a sunglasses' nose bombs, i used to get from other sunglasses were no where to be found
11) Saltwater safe
All in all, amazing. Only dowside is now i need to spend money to get the other colors ;)