Disclaimer: I received Shady Rays Sunglasses to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews.
It is summer and the sun has finally come out! When I had the opportunity to test Shady Rays sunglasses, I immediately took it as I am a big fan of UV protection.
The glasses are fashionable and offer a snug fit, perfect for use while running. I chose the Signature Series Emerald Ice Polarized as the frames are clear and the polarized lenses are green and blue.
The glasses stayed put, during my short and longer runs. I wore these glasses with a hat and with my AfterShokz Trekz Air and they fit perfectly. I wore them for work and for play. They even stayed on while boating!
The glasses were a huge hit with the spouse who made a habit out of "borrowing" them, especially since they match most of his outfits.
They felt snug around the ears but did not cause a headache. One caution, however, is that if you are in the habit of pushing your glasses on top of your head or wearing them on your hat, when the sun is hiding, they will likely slide off. The good news, however, is that Shady Rays offers lost and broken replacements!
Shady Rays has a mission to fight hunger in America, which has led to over one million meals provided to date. In fact, eleven meals are provided as a result of each order through Feeding America.
Trust me, everything is prettier through these high visibility polarized lenses. National Sunglasses Day has passed (seriously, it is a thing) but you can still celebrate: Use the Discount Code BIBRAVE good for 50% off 2+ pairs at https://bit.ly/2rk7Hor
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