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Friday, October 7, 2011

Review - Polaroid Image Sunglasses #Travel-Friendly

Polaroid Image Sun Glasses Review
I find it amazing that I didn't look into sunglasses for our upcoming trip. This makes no sense because we're heading to a country that virtually has no Winter or Fall season, it is Summer all year round. Makes sense, it is located in the tropics. Polaroid was kind enough to provide me with a pair of sunglasses from their Best Under The Sun Collection to review. I chose the Polaroid Image Sunglasses in Matte Black. These sunglasses retail for $110 and are of very good quality. The Polaroid Image Sunglasses are styled after the 80s aviator sunglasses. Aviators were extremely popular in the 80s, and not just in the U.S. There are pictures of my dad in Nicaragua rocking Aviators in many pictures, it was a huge style all around the world. Polaroid Image Sunglasses:
  • Polaroid polarized lenses for glare-free vision
  • 100% UV400 protection - protects eyes from UVA, UVB and UVC rays
  • Comes wtih Best Under the Sun case and microfiber cloth
The sunglasses are very sturdy and well packaged in their Best Under The Sun case for maximum protection. I tried these sunglasses out for about a week but just couldn't get used to them. I adore them but they are far too big for my face. They take up about half my face, no joke. My dad has been wearing them lately and took a huge liking to them. We both love the style, but it ultimately looks 100x better on him. It works out great, as he often has long 1+ hour drives and the sun hits him right in the face, but the sunglasses help out with that problem thanks to Polaroid's polarizaion lens technology.

Polaroid's Best Under The Sun collection has many different styles of sunglasses sure to fit everyone's style. Another paid I adore is the beautiful cat-eye frames from the mid 50s, rightfully names Marilyn. A huge thanks to Polaroid for the opportunity to review their great sunglasses, they will be put to great use under sun on our trip! :)

Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question,  from the company or their representing  PR company,  free of charge in exchange for my review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review.

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