Tifosi Seek Wrap Sunglasses – $49.95
- Lens width: 64 millimeters
- Composite frame
- Composite lens
- Lens width: 64 millimeters
- 100% protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays, bugs, rocks, or whatever comes your way.
- Non-Slip Hydrophilic Rubber Ear & Nose Pieces
- Grilamid TR-90 Frame
- Includes Hard Case and cleaning bag
- Decentered shatterproof polycarbonate lenses to virtually eliminate distortion, give sharp peripheral vision
This is my second pair of Tifosi Seek Wrap sunglasses. My husband bought the first pair for himself, but they were far too small for his head, so he gave them to me. (I don't see how a man could wear these!) Unfortunately, they scratched easily. I know I should not have bought a second pair, but I really like the way they look, and because of COVID -19, I don't want to go out shopping for sunglasses. I have a long, narrow face, and these glasses fit perfectly.I am going to try to be very careful with the new ones, in the hopes that they won't scratch. Considering the quality, I think they are overpriced, but they fit well on a smaller head.Update: I have had theses sunglasses for six months now. While cleaning them, the lens cracked around the screw in the nose piece, and broke off right in my hand! I searched on-line for replacement lenses, but it doesn't look like they make them. I will have to try super glue. I never dropped the glasses and have been very careful with them, so I don't know what happened. I would not recommend!
I got these as a b-day gift from my gf. They replaced an older pair of Tifosis I had that broke recently which had lasted for over 3 years. I was intrigued by the photo-chromatic lenses, since that would allow me to wear them in more places. Honestly, I can't observe that much of a difference, so this is more or a gimmick than a selling point to me. That being said however, they have a good balance of shade. I can wear them indoors when I do so on occasion and see just fine. They provide good protection outdoors in the sun. Personally, I wish they were a shade darker outdoors because I still find myself squinting a bit from time to time. I've worn these daily for about 3 months and so far no scratches on the lenses and there's been opportunity for that, so the lens material is pretty good.In terms of weight and hold, these things are great. There's been times I forgot I had them on they're so light. That can be a double edged sword. Light sunglasses tend to be fragile sunglasses, as my last pair of Tifosis demonstrated. It's nothing against the brand, it's just a design trade. If you're rough with your sunglasses, I'd say look elsewhere. The hold on these are incredible. You could shake you're head around (if you're up for that) and they'll not move a bit. Whether you're cycling, running, doing any outdoor activity, or just driving, they're secured to your head.Overall, these are a good pair of sunglasses. The reasons for three stars and not more is as follows. The price is a little high for what you get. It really shouldn't be much north of $40 or $45. The photo-chromatic lenses are probably a big draw for those bothering to read this, and I gotta say, it's a little disappointing. It's there, just not very dynamic is all. I wish they were a little darker outside, especially when the sun is out in full force. Since there's a bit of s shortfall there, that's a big no-no since that's the whole point of sunglasses! The build seems too fragile for comfort. I wouldn't mind so much if they were cheaper, but it'd suck for them to break and get burned on the cost (sorry honey, I had to look at the price to review these. See what I do for you all? ;)). If I were to get another pair, I'd still stick with Tifosi, but I'd get a different pair. The photo-chromatic performance needs some refinement and then these would be worth it.
This is a great product for the price. I use these for running and they do not slip off my nose and slightly wrap around my eye. I am a female of average build and face and they look nice enough on me (like I said I only use them for running) however they have also been used by my 90 year old grandfather and they look good on him too. This is my 2nd pair of Tifosi's of the same model. The previous pair broke after 3 years of regular use due to my own mishandling. I prefer my previous crystal brown lense to my current black/smokey lense but my current color was more of a bargain. The glasses come with a nice hard case and soft cloth bag/wipe.