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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 February 2021
Sunglasses have two main requirements:
1. Be comfortable
2. Look cool

These sunny g's get a tick for both.

The optical clarity is good (no distortion) and they reduce glare from e.g. the road really well because they're polarised.

They feel good quality with nice sprung hinges and the nose pads don't rattle like you normally get on cheap pairs.

You can adjust the arms like normal spectacles for a good fit without slip. And they're wide enough. Most sunglasses are too narrow for me, giving me headaches from pressure at the temples. I'm a Shoei size L (59-60 cm) so it's not that I have a freakishly large head or anything.

If we're nitpicking, and let's face it, that's why you're still reading, the arms are a little bit long. Which means after a while under a beanie you can feel the ends of them pushing into your head a little bit.

Also, they only come with a soft case, and soft cases are pretty much useless.

For the price though, they're an absolute winner.

Mirrored, polarised, aviators for under £20. Buy them. Buy them now.
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