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  • plastic frame
  • mirrored lens
  • polarized
  • Lens width: 52 millimeters
  • Premium in-destructible soft touch wayfarer Sunglasses
  • Feature beautiful polarized color mirror lenses and Dark Brown in-destructible bendable frame.
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Polarized Eyewear Shiny Wayfarer Style Sunglasses. These sunglasses feature a wayfarer style design with a plastic frame and polarized lenses. The arm length measures approximately 145 mm, the lens width measures approximately 52 mm, and the saddle nose bridge measures approximately 13 mm.

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    They filter the sun very nicely and look great as well.
    Joan H Trempe
    Should these ones break or I lose them, I will definitely buy another pair of these.
    Nelson.
    I took them off and the metal mechanism holding the 'arm' to the lense frame broke.
    Kimberle English

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Martin on February 25, 2012
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    Solid pair of glasses for not too much money. Only reason for 4 stars is that con.

    Pros:
    - polarized as advertised
    - cheap, but they don't feel cheap. eg, there's some flex built into the springs so it's harder to break the glasses
    - classic style

    Cons:
    - the word 'polarized' is written on the front left lens, and you can't get it off. What a weird way of branding.
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    42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By customer on May 1, 2013
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    I ordered my first pair (04/08/2013) and if I'd have given a review they would have gotten 5 stars. I liked the first pair so much I ordered a 2nd pair (04/24/2013) and the quality was COMPLETELY different.

    First Pair:
    - Spring loaded bows
    - Polarized
    - Good construction

    Second Pair:
    - CHEAP construction, blurry lenses, not polarized, virtually unusable, not worth $0.25, no spring loaded bows.

    The difference between the two pair is nearly indescribable.
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    35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By pix on September 14, 2012
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    I have only had them a day, but I already love them. At such a great price, I have just bought a second pair for my husband. They look great on both of us. I bought these as a cheap substitution for the expensive Ray-bans I already own. Sometimes, there are activities where I just don't want to worry about my good pair getting broken or lost. However, I have sensitive eyes and really need sunglasses for anything outdoors. Here's my comparison between these and the original Ray-bans. The cheap wayfarer's are half a centimeter wider in width from temple to temple compared to Ray-bans. The lenses are only slightly larger too. The frames also sit a little more flush to your face. Ray-ban frames have an outward slant to them that gives them more retro style. However, the flush fit is a little more comfortable and lets in less sunlight. Both are polarized and comparably good. The Ray-bans are slightly darker. The cheap wayfarer's have spring loaded temples which gives people a lot of flexibility with fit while the Ray-bans don't. Here's where I see the quality difference; Rayban's have a thick heavy duty plastic frame and durable lenses while the others are made of some lightweight cheap plastic. However, they look almost identical and at such a great price they are exactly what I expect.
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    60 of 78 people found the following review helpful By James Cummings on April 16, 2013
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    So my homie Jarmo saw these and was like "are those some fake ass ray bans?" and I was like "naw, these are wayfarer. I got the hookup on Amazon". I made them look fresh and now he's finna cop a pair too. Respect the hustle
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    39 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Gundancer on September 7, 2011
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    These Wayfarer copies are decently made. They look the part, other than the word "polarized" in the corner, and are made of decent plastic. Lens quality was actually pretty excellent for sunglasses this cheap and I tested them, they ARE polarized. Fairly comfortable too and the arms are nicely spring-loaded.

    Unfortunately, they also don't last long. My pair lasted almost exactly a week until I pulled them out of my shirt pocket and the right temple promptly fell out. It seems as thought he tiny screw that holds in the arm had worked itself free at some point. I never found the screw, and because of the springloaded construction of the arms there's no way to put it back if I found it, so the sunglasses are now useless.

    Serves me right for not buying the real thing.
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    9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Debbie on April 17, 2012
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    Finally bought something for myself.
    Love them. The are dark and that is what I was looking for.
    The price was excellent.
    Delivery was great.
    thank you very much.
    Debbie
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Emily Marie Mader on February 1, 2013
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    The glasses are decent for the price, but if you are a woman or have a head on the more small/narrow side, it will be a bit big.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard J. Bermudez on June 10, 2012
    Color Name: blackLenscolor: black Verified Purchase
    I was surprised at the level of quality of the lenses and frame. They have the look and fit for my big head at a reasonable price. Temple pieces fit firmly and comfortably. They are not spring loaded, just a simple screw hinge. The word "polarized" is not etched, it is just a sticker. They seem durable but they are plastic.
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