Inexpensive Eye Protection: Maxx Sunglasses
Used And Abused
The last pair I tried was the Sols (C). Now these were more my style as I typically ride in just regular sunglasses, no fancy foams or straps, just a frame and a pair of lenses. I like to ride in plain sunglasses because, aside from the sweating issue, I hate carrying extra glasses to put on when I get to my destination. The Sols fit my face comfortably and I liked the larger size of the lenses as they helped protect my eyes yet still allowed plenty of air to pass freely. The Sols have a little more style to them compared to the other two and looked equally good on and off the bike and have worked their way into my riding gear collection.
Overall I was impressed with the construction and quality of Maxx HD Sunglasses. While I might not have been the best subject to test the goggle and foam-style glasses, I let my friend ride with the Foams and he loved the protection and clarity they provided. He didn’t have any issues with the foam lining causing his face to sweat. What’s most impressive about all three pairs I tried was that each only cost $19.95. That means for a fraction of the price I’ve spent on many top-of-the-line glasses. I was able to get my hands on three glasses that were sturdy and provided good visibility. And if I lost them or broke them, it would be no big deal, just another 20 bucks and I could get another pair.
Quality of Product ****
Maxx HD Sunglasses
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