Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Goodr Sunglasses Review



Taking care of your eyes is important.  Wearing sunglasses is a must for me and while I have found some great shades out there, many of them are at least $100 if not twice that.  Do you really have to pay that much money to have a great pair of running sunglasses?


The founders of Goodr are all about having fun.  Their mission is to ignite and unite the spirits of active people. “When you look good, you play gooder.”  Yes, they know it is not proper grammar.  With fun names like “Orange You Glad We Didn’t Say Banana?” and “Phoenix At A Bloody Mary Bar” you can tell they are all about not being too serious at Goodr.  So okay… They have some cool names, but what about the shades themselves?



Goodr shades are made to stay comfortably on your face no matter if you are blazing some new trails or hanging with your friends having a beer.  All of the shades offer a no slip, no bounce experience and most of the sunglasses have polarized lenses with great clarity (There are some clear and yellow tinted lenses that aren’t polarized, due to the fact they are for low-light use).  They also have UV400 protection to make sure your eyes are safe from the harmful rays of the sun. 


The lenses have 5 layers (scratch resistant layer, mirror layer, UV400 protection layer, polarized layer, and another scratch resistant layer) and are super durable.  They have lenses of all different colors and the color combinations between lenses and frames are awesome.  I got to test the “Doc Brown’s Sizzurp Habit” which is a brown frame with a gold lens and “Sunbathing With Wizards” which is a blue frame with a gold lens. 


I was curious how they would really fit and function on the trails, especially when running downhill.  Just as advertised, these shades did not slip or bounce at all.  The clarity of the lenses is good and they look freakin’ awesome!  In fact, I liked them so much that I purchased another pair at the local running shop.  I got the “Swedish Meatball Hangover” which is a translucent yellow frame with a blue lens.  It’s my favorite out of the three.  The best part thing is that the Goodr shades are only $25 each.  How crazy is that!

Pros:
Extremely durable
Polarized lenses
No bouncing or slipping
So many awesome looks
Awesome price at $25

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I love my Goodr shades.  I am not the most fashionable person in the world, but these shades look good, perform well, and the price is amazing.  You can get yours on the Goodr website or at a local running store near you (click here for locations).   I liked the two they send me so much, I actually bought another pair at the Fleet Feet in Roseville, CA and I didn’t need another pair, but the colors were sick!  The days of having to throw down some serious money for good running shades is over.  Now you can get quality and value in a single package with Goodr.

Note:  I received this product in exchange for a review.  The review is my personal opinion of the product and I was not required to give a particular opinion of it.  I am not a doctor, so please use all of the products that I review at your own risk.

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