Great Everyday & Light Activity Glasses But Could Use A Bit Darker LensEveryday & Light Activity Glasses But Could Use A Bit Darker Lens
What: Outliers in Tortoise w/Brown ChromaPop Polarized lens. (2015 Model I believe)
Why: I have several pairs of sunglasses depending on activity and occasion, but found I really needed a solid "gap filler." Something I could drive in, wear casually almost every day in every situation, but engage in light activities and sports too. A pair that is not overly delicate or expensive like my formal wear sunglasses, but also subdued enough that if I needed to I could wear them in a suit & tie to a
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formal client meeting I would not look like a goof.
I was originally leaning towards another big name brand, but saw these at a local Sporting Goods store and after trying them on, decided to purchase them. I'll start off by writing that your head's shape and size, and projection of features (cheek bones, nose & bridge, etc) is an important part of picking sunglasses that are right for you. My head is a medium oval shape and I wear a 7.25 hat size. I have a standard face (not too slim, not very meaty/fleshy) but I thin out when I start training. Medium sized features. Below is my subjective opinion:
Pros: In my current trim, the outer edges of the Outlier's frames line up just a touch shy of edges of my cheekbones which is how frames should fit a face. This made them an instant move into the consideration pile when trying on different glasses at the store. The square