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I love sunglasses, and the bigger the lens the better. Big, oversized frames just make me smile. Recently I received a pair of Fisherman Harbour sunglasses. The large, square lenses reside in aviator style frames that are made of a metal alloy. My face is on the large side (in my opinion). The frames did fit but if my face were a tad fuller they might have been uncomfortable. When you take the sunglasses out of their cotton draw string bag you will notice that the polarized, 100% UV A and B ray protective TAC lens are very bright to look at. I usually wear darker lenses. While seeing my eyes through the front of the lenses did take me some getting used to, I was surprised how well these bright lenses kept the sun from blinding me. They left me curious what the blue lenses would be like, as I’ve never tried blue lenses. I was pleased with how well the Harbour sunglasses worked, and found them to be at a reasonable price point for polarized sunglasses.
Fisherman Harbour sunglasses retail for $24.99. They are available in black and copper, gunmetal and gray, and gunmetal and blue.