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When you head to New York for some fine dining and culture bring the Kaenon Spindle S3 Polarized Sunglasses with you. The Spindle S3 decks you out in style with an aviator-inspired, semi-rimless frame. The polarized lenses ensure you see the Statue of Liberty clear as day, and block glare owhen you decide to walk along the beautiful East River. Silicone nose pads keep the S3 from slipping when you run to catch a cab, and Variflex rubber temple pads add comfort for your long stroll through Central Park.

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Falling off my face...

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I got these a few days ago. They look amazing, and I would wear them forever, but...every time I tilt my head downward, they have a tendency to slide off my head. I know that this is going to happen to me someday on the sidewalk, and the concrete is going wreak havoc on these lovely lenses. How is this NOT a problem for anyone else? Do I just have a deformed head? The nose pads are nice, but not nearly enough to keep them planted on my face, even when I'm looking down at my phone. If anyone has any tips, that'd be great.

Juddly, You may want to go to your optometrist office (or an optometrist office) and they should be able to adjust them for you. These sunglasses are designed for people with med to larger faces so the most important thing is that the frames of the sunglasses are not wider than your face. Once you get these adjusted you will fall in love with them. Great sunglasses.

Great glasses, but you better not scratch 'em

    These are great glasses. Great fit, great style, great lenses....but you better not scratch them. I managed to put a small nick in one of the lenses and Kaenon wanted over $100 to replace it. Now I'm tough on my stuff and don't mind paying to fix something I've managed to damage, but $100+ for a lens is ridiculous. If you plan on being active while wearing these, I'd get something else.

    Great sunglasses

      My second pair of Keanon. Same comment than for the S1 even though nobody sat on those. The lenses are larger, wider than the S1's, and again, I never had better polarized sunglasses. Very light, the frame is barely visible and they're very well built. The only downside is that you can"t keep them on with some screens (phones, computers, ...)