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Sunski Dipsea Polarized Sunglasses

$58.00

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    • Black/Gold, One Size
      $58.00
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      $58.00
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      $58.00

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    Dipsea Polarized Sunglasses

    Evocative of your Dad's glasses circa 1989, the Sunski Dipsea Polarized Sunglasses effortlessly blend classic style with protection from the sun. Crafted with a polycarbonate frame, these sunglasses are fashioned with a polarized lens that keeps the sun's harmful rays at bay while the rounded shape and smaller lens is ideal for faces of all shapes and sizes.

    • Keep the shade high and your style on point with these snazzy shades
    • Sustainable resin frames are made from recycled scrap plastic
    • Polarized lenses ward off irksome reflections from water or chrome
    • All Sunski sunnies block 100% UVA/UVB/UV400 wavelengths
    • Item #SSK0004

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    This product can expose you to chemicals including Bisphenol A (BPA), which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
    Lens
    polycarbonate
    Polarized
    yes
    Frame
    SuperLight (polycarbonate resin)
    Hinge
    tri-spoke lock-tight
    Case Included
    pouch
    Face Size
    medium
    Base Curve
    4
    Frame Dimensions
    [lens/bridge/temple] 48 x 50 / 10 / 139mm
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Fav Sunglasses Ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you're like me, you might be a serial sunglasses murderer. I've never been a huge fan of wearing sunglasses.. I've always felt like they inhibit more of my sight than they should (please say I'm not the only one). I also just have the hardest time keeping track of sunglasses or keeping them scratch-free. Maybe it's because I have never really had a pair of sunglasses I loved, so I don't care to take good care of them. This habit has deferred me from buying more expensive sunglasses, like Ray Ban. The price point on these are right in the spot where I wanna take care of them but it also wouldn't be the end of the world if I misplaced or damaged them. So far I haven't had a single scratch (I'm clumsy and drop them a lot, fall off my head, etc.) and they are safely in my possession, in my car (I think lol). Gotta add that I do love that these are polarized, can wear these on the river look like I have a little bit of style instead of wearing the typical polarized dad sunglasses that you normally find at a gas station or fly shop. All in all, I'm sold on Sunski and would definitely buy these again when I lose them, which is inevitable.

    Stops the Glare Bear

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    These are some great looking sunglasses! They come in a nice box with a convenient baggie to keep them in that also doubles as a microfiber cleaner. One of the hinges on my pair open and closes super smoothly, while the other is quite a bit more stiff. Overall, the build feels good and I love the Sunski message and their use of recycled plastics too!

    Good shades, not so great company

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I jumped on the sunski bandwagon early on and really loved them - I told everyone about them. The lens replacements were $5! Plus you got free shipping. I ordered several pairs. After a while, they jacked up the prices (lens kits are now $12), they stopped offering the pink polarized lens, the lenses coating still chips and clouds around the edges, and now they just started charging for shipping! If you pay $68 for plastic sunglasses, you really shouldn't be charged shipping. I also joined the Club Sunksi and had $20 in rewards which they just randomly decided to have expire because "they were changing their look" which still hasn't happened. They also lost a pair of shades I sent back that broke for the warranty. They ended up giving me enough credit to order a new pair, but it was a pain to get it all sorted. I still like how they look but am no longer a loyal advocate.

    Stylish and functional

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used these sunglasses for long backpacking trips, ski touring, and as my everyday sunglasses. They are versatile, comfortable, durable, and really cute! I have owned a pair both with the aqua lenses and the amber lenses and both have been great!

    Pretty Comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I use them for everyday and for touring. Polarized to protect my eyes from glare, that means you don't want to snowboard with them on low visibility days because they can lower depth perception . For hot skins up they're great and don't fog up very much. I have an oval shaped medium face and they fit me pretty well. I wouldn't want to wear them for an entire day, i would want lighter more cushioned active glasses, but style usually wins for me.

    Sunski is the new thing

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are sweet, who wouldn't want extremely durable and good looking sunglasses for a great price? I own three pairs of sunski now in variable styles. Love their message and how stylish and comfortable these are!

    ON POINT

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The fit, materials, form and PRICE are completely on point. New favorite glasses brand! I also just learned that SunSki has a lens replacement program ... a comforting thing for people like me who are really hard on glasses and can't avoid scratches.

    Favorite pair, will buy again and again

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are fantastic sunglasses, love the style, lightweight, durable. You can order replacement lenses fro sunski for super cheap, which is good because if you're too aggressive with cleaning them you can rub the mirror coating right off. I had a pair of these for probably over 3 years and finally lost them, think I replaced the lenses 3 time too.

    These sunglasses rock

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Before I bought these bad boys, my sunglasses of choice for skinning up mountains was a pair of free wayfarers that had a sick Patron logo on them. What an upgrade! These look great, stay on my face, and keep my eyes protected. Plus I know that if/when I break the lenses, I can get new ones for cheap! Buy these babies.

    Pun Intended

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Lifetime warranty, lens replacement program, everything polarized, and a commitment to have every pair of SunSki's be 100% recycled plastic by 20/20; their 20/20 "vision"! These glasses won't let you down, brake the bank, or break your heart when your girlfriend steals them. At such a reasonable price, with such great styles, these glasses are a no brainer.

    Pun Intended

    Your Search for Sunnies is Over

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Dipsea are a fantastic pair of sunnies for all your adventures: road-tripping, mountain-hiking, dog-walking, coffee-sipping. They fit well, never falling off my average-ish width face even with some serious leaping over downed trees and such while running,. I love that the Dipsea is polarized, in a pretty stylish frame.

    Value, Style, Function

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: N/A
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    I have owned Ray Bans, Oakleys and Maui Jims, so I take my shades seriously and consider them a good investment. But times have changed a bit for me, and I could not justify shelling out another $3-400 for the perfect shades. I admit I was drooling over the Oliver Peoples sunglasses, though. But at $400+....

    Then I walk into a Hollister and happen to see these for $55. I got the Dipseas Tortoise frames with the Emerald mirror lenses.

    SIZE
    The size was perfect - I have a smaller face, so it is easy for shades to overwhelm me. These don't .

    STYLE
    Striking "retro." There is something very simple and classic about these that makes other styles I've looked at seem like they are trying to hard to be something. These have a casual id about them - and I think that rubs off on the person wearing them. My friends made some nice remarks about them, and I admit liking what I see in the mirror.

    FUNCTION
    Crisp, clear and they definitely relieve the squinting.

    FIT/COMFORT
    In a word - perfect. After a while, I forget they are on my face; the hooks of my Maui's, by contrast, started hurting the backs of my ears and after a while, I couldn't wait to take them off. The Maui's also constantly slid down my nose - not an issue with the Dipseas.

    QUALITY/BUILD
    I notice they are made in China, and I have a small issue with that, but also understand that is true with so much we buy now here in the states. They seem sturdy, and after several uses are holding up well and the hinges haven't loosened.

    OTHER
    They come in a fancy hard cardboard case (yeah - a box) with a nice cloth case that doubles as both scratch protection during carry and a lens cloth.

    Get 'em. And get a hard lens case for them, too.

    Great Shades

      I wanted to pick up a new pair of shades for a recent trip to New Zealand - I wanted one pair to travel in, hike, bike, and still look good wearing around town. These 100% fit the bill! They are comfortable to wear all day, and they look great on the trail and outside a trendy cafe. The value for the price is a huge bonus in my opinion.

      Great Shades

      Best Polarized glasses on a budget

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      These sunglasses are super fun and spunky. They come with a cloth case so I used an old glasses case when I was traveling in Nepal. After getting all the gear for my trip, I didn't want to spend another hundred dollars on something I would probably end up breaking. These held up the whole trip and protected me from snow blindness on our treks across glaciers at 18,000 ft. Would definitely recommend. When I got back to the states I accidentally fell into a willow while on an early season ski tour and the lenses got scratch. They only cost $3 to replace from sunski so it's a good bargain all around for someone who doesn't want to shell out $200 on a pair of polarized sunnies.

      Best Polarized glasses on a budget