We know what we’re getting into when we get our pair of glasses from a local shop.
The design is good.
The fit is fine.
The lenses are pretty sharp.
But what really sets these sunglasses apart is the amount of detail that goes into the lenses.
These sunglasses are built to look and function as well as they look.
That’s because they are made with materials and processes that are designed to be durable and easy to clean.
This is a big deal for anyone who wears glasses.
That means they’re the perfect match for a pair when you want to get some serious style without breaking the bank.
These glasses are made of durable, light-weight polycarbonate, which is the same material used in everyday sunglasses.
They’re also made of titanium, which means they’ll last a lifetime and protect you from the elements.
That also means they won’t shatter like other glasses.
We tested these glasses on a range of different surfaces, including our face and neck, hands, and legs.
The glasses are designed with lenses that are not only comfortable, but will protect your eyes from the sun, rain, and dust.
They also feature a special lens-free design that means they don’t get hot.
We’ve included a few shots of these glasses in the gallery below, and you can watch a video of how they work in action below.
Eyebrows with the eyes closed.
A little dusting on the top of my head.
A bit of dust on the side of my neck.
A dusting under my eyes.
A light dusting of my left eye.
A small dusting between my right and left eyes.
A minor dusting in my left ear.
The edges of my glasses, including the corners.
A tiny dusting around the edges of the eye.
A slightly uneven and slightly wet feel in my eyes from a little dust.
The corners of the eyes, including my eyebrows.
The bottom of my eyes and the bottom of the bottom lashes.
A few more minor dustings in the corners of my eyelids.
The side of the sunglasses, including a slight amount of dust.
A touch of dust under the lenses that’s not visible from the outside.
A lot of dust in the bottom corners of your eyes.
The top of the lenses, including some dust.
A spot of dust that’s on the lens itself.
A faint spot of a small amount of glue and the lens.
Some light smudging from the glue.
A slight smear of glue on the lenses and the glue on my eyelashes.
A couple of tiny tiny little spots of glue in the lenses of the kangaroo glasses.
A smudge on the glue and a little bit of glue.
A dab of glue all over the lenses after the lenses are put on. 25.
A big smudge of glue from the kahina sunglasses.
A very tiny smudge in the lens of the leopard sunglasses.
A single tiny tiny spot of glue just under the lens on my face.
A large smudge from the lens, all over my face and ears.
A smear of tiny glue on a couple of small spots on my forehead.
A drop of glue right under the front of my nose.
A sparkle in the front right corner of my face, and a small smudge at the top.
A glow in the middle of my forehead and the right side of both of my eyebrows when the sunglasses are worn.
A shimmering glow on my right cheek when the glasses are worn, and an invisible glow in my cheeks when they’re off.
A subtle glow on the left cheek when worn.
A shine on the lower eyelid when the lenses go on. 36.
A nice, subtle glow in one corner of the lens and a slight shimmer on the other side.
A shiny spot on my chin when the kowai sunglasses are on. 38.
A noticeable glow in two of the corners on the inside of my ears when wearing the kawai glasses.
A hint of a shine on my ears as the glasses go on, but not on the outside of my ear.
A bright, orange glow on one corner.
A warm, pink glow in a few other places on the face.
A cool, slightly golden glow on some of the edges.
A glowing orange glow when wearing a kangaroo glasses.
A blue glow when worn on the back of your head.
A yellow glow when the lights in your eyes are turned on. 46. A