The lovely lady and I have been enjoying testing out our pairs of Eagle Eyes Sunglasses for the last couple of months. We’ve been running them through a wide variety of situations and sports. Some of those activities have included golf, skiing, hiking, mountain biking, road cycling, hanging out at the park, working in the yard, and more. The results have been terrific.
About Eagle Eyes
Eagle Eyes sunglasses feature cutting-edge NASA-certified optic technology. They block blue light and 99.9% of harmful solar radiation. Not only do they block harmful ends of the light spectrum, they produce vivid and enjoyable color, contrast, and clarity. Glare is reduced and details, like the contours of the putting green, are enhanced.
The lenses are highly scratch resistant, prolonging the lifespan of the shades.
Frames come in a multitude of materials from alloys to steel, polycarbonate to titanium. The frames are strong, lightweight, stylish, and durable.
Aviators – $49.99
Below the lovely lady is wearing the aviators. They’re super cool and stylish and I dig the reflective blue colored lenses. Memory Flex technology makes the frames super flexible yet resilient.
The teardrop lenses are mounted in a rich stainless steel frame. One day I hope to be cool enough to wear aviators.
Rambler – $79.95
Below I’m sporting the Rambler model; part Elvis (not the fat Elvis), part modern. The gradient lens feature is nice.
The “TriLenium 7” polarized technology makes for great detail on the course and on the slopes, while protecting against UV and blue light. I’ve enjoyed a ton of great spring skiing while sporting the Rambler, as well as golf, hiking and biking. They’re light, comfortable, super cool looking, and durable.
If you need some new shades be sure to check out Eagle Eyes. They have numerous offerings, styles, feature sets. They even have computer glasses which block blue light.
In for review are a couple of pairs of Eagle Eyes Sunglasses. These sunglasses utilize cutting-edge NASA-certified technology. Sure, the golf courses are closed for the winter right now in northern Utah, but I’m testing the Ramble model out on the ski slopes in the meantime. I sported them for three straight days this past Sat-Mon in some bluebird skiing conditions. I may have to do a post about them on my ski website at www.hike.ski as well!
The lovely bride is digging the Eagle Eyes Memory Flex Aviators, shown in the photo below.
I have to admit, I’m a bit jealous about the aviators. I may need to snag a pair of those for myself, though I’m extremely happy so far with the Rambles.
Let’s hope the snow melts down here in the city soon so I can start testing these out on the golf course. The “TriLenium 7” polarized lenses should be great in terms of bringing out detail on the fairways and greens. Stay tuned for my full review of the Ramble and the Memory Flex Aviators after the snow melts!
Sentimental post time. Peak Vision was one of my early reviews way back in 2005! It has only taken 14 years to get my next Peak Vision Sunglasses review started. I’ve just gotten in a pair of their GX5 models in for review.
The design is stylish and simple. Classy. I’d forgotten how great the colors are when looking through Peak Visions. I look forward to putting these in play and working on my upcoming review. One issue however, is that the courses here are closed due to snow. It’s the typical northern Utah 5-month frost delay.
Stay tuned this spring and let’s hope the snow melts soon, and I’ll get this review rolling.
I’m near sighted, which is great for writing golf blogs and programming code, but it is not good for golf. Without prescription glasses I can’t track the ball or see where it finished beyond around 150 yards. Lately I hit it so sideways I need prescription shades, and prescription antidepressants to make it through a golf round. Fortunately in the sunglasses department I’ve been sporting some new unbreakable prescription sunglasses from Reks Optics.
Reks frames are the bend but not break kind, which is great. Drop them. Sit on them. Bend them. No issues. Reks is so confident in their product, they offer a 24 month replacement guarantee.
Reks offers two lines of frames: Leisure and Active. The leisure line has styles which are similar to the Ray Bans Wayfarer as well as an aviator style. The sport line has “wrap around” type sports sunglasses, similar to one might find from Oakley sunglasses.
Reks lenses come in Chromalux, Lumolux, and Solux models. All Reks lenses are treated to resist dirt and are scratch resistant. Optical grade polycarbonate material in the lenses provides high quality an superior durability.
Since I have two pair of “sports” style prescription sunglasses, I decided to have some fun and go with the Leisure line for my Reks shades. I love the Wayfarer Ray Ban design, so I went with the Reks “Seafarer.” Ordering was easy. I picked out the frame style and the lens style. I went the the Reks HD Trivex polarized lenses with anti-reflective coating. Loved the look of the mirror-red. During the order I attached my RX. Within two weeks my awesome shades arrived.
A day in the life with Reks
Today I started off around 8:30am at a local golf tournament. The sun was shining and the temps around 90 degrees by the afternoon. My Reks kept the glare down while keeping the colors and details of the course up. Since my Reks are prescription, I’m able to see the ball even hundreds of yards away.
Following the tournament I spent some time at the pool with the family. Loved the feel and comfort of the Reks while basking in the sun relaxing after a tough day at the tournament. I even swim with them on sometimes. All in all today I probably had the Reks’s on for 10 hours!
Reks prescription sunglasses are stylish, fun, durable, and extremely affordable compared to other prescription sunglasses. I’m talking 1/3 to 1/2 the normal cost. If you don’t need prescription like I do, Reks models are priced between $30-$60. A very affordable proposition.
Father’s Day is coming up quickly. Dad would love some Reks sunglasses.
In for review are some sweet, stylish new sunglasses from Reks Optical. They’re not just sunglasses, they’re unbreakable frames with special prescription lenses. I can see the ball, even hundreds of yards away! When you hit the ball all over the place like I do, you really need to be able to see where it went.
I just ordered these prescription golf sunglasses glasses from the Reks Optical website. Ordering was easy. First I picked out the frame style, then the lens style. My lenses are HD Trivex polarized lens with anti-reflective coating. Rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? While ordering I attached my RX with the order and Reks took care of the rest. In a couple of weeks my shades arrived.
I’ve just started testing them out today. I played a round of golf in bright but overcast conditions. I’ll put these to the test in all lighting conditions and post my full review in a few weeks. Stay tuned.