This summer and fall has been packed with adventure and the adidas Evil Eye Pro sunglasses have been with me everywhere.
At the finish of the Maine Marathon
I have used them mountain running in Alaska, running marathons in New Hampshire and Maine, hiking in Mississippi and Louisiana, daily use and a 126 mile run on the Mississippi River Levee from Baton Rouge to New Orleans. Overall, I have 500 plus miles of use and abuse on the glasses and they have performed well. They are comfortable, provide solid eye protection, and have proven to be durable. Read on for my full thoughts.
adidas Evil Eye Evo Pro in the mountains around Juneau
Sunglasses are an essential part of my kit. My eyes are very sensitive to light and even in overcast conditions I wear sunglasses, or I end up squinting which leads to headaches. adidas has become a player in the performance eyewear market and I will be reviewing their Evil Eye Evo Pro glasses over the next few months. Read on for my initial thoughts.
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CEBE has been in the optics industry since 1892. They have been creating eyewear for outdoor enthusiasts ever since. The CEBE Eyemax glasses employ Variochrome lenses, which adapt to the ever changing environment outdoors that we love so much. Their lightweight material means that you hardly know that they are there. Click here to check out my initial review of the CEBE Eyemax sunglasses.
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Defcon PolarPhoto sunglasses
I received the Ryders Defcon PolarPhoto for review purposes. The Ryders eye-wear come in an amazing assortment of lenses, frames, styles, and colors,
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Finding and not losing a good pair of sunglasses is difficult for me. So far the Native Dash XP Sunglasses have been a great pair and I have enjoyed them so much that they have rarely been off my head (no chance to lose them). Recent trips on the backwaters of Beaufort, SC and the Horsepasture River in Western, NC have given me a closer look at these glasses from Native Eyewear. Click here to see my update on how the Native Dash XP Sunglasses have been performing.
I recently received a pair of Out of the Blue Lois BiFocal Sunglasses. The idea is that those who need glasses for reading, or other close work, can wear these sunglasses and also see better close up. I was anxious to try them out and see if they helped my recent discovery that I needed reading glasses, and couldn’t remember both sunglasses and reading glasses it seemed.
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