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One of the things that my sister-in-law and I have in common is our love for big sunglasses. For us, the bigger the lens the better. I recently received a pair of Foster Grant sunglasses. The frames were generously sized, just the way I like them. I wasn’t completely thrilled with the arms though. My sister-in-law saw them and fell in love with them. I haven’t seen them since.
If you think about it, sunglasses are really versatile. They can protect our eyes. They can hide our eyes. They can make it easier to see. They can make a fashion statement. They can even look good on the top of our head. We all wear sunglasses for different reasons. Can you imagine what it would look like if everyone wore the same sunglasses? Boring!
Foster Grant is the original sunglasses manufacturer. Yes that’s right. Foster Grant has been making sunglasses since 1919, longer then most of us have been around. So it’s safe to say that they know their stuff when it comes to making sunglasses. There’s no need to worry about everyone wearing the same sunglasses, since Foster Grant makes tons of different styles. Fashion, sports, driving, polarized, active, trendy and classic styles, just to name a few.
Even though there is a huge selection of styles, Foster Grant sunglasses have a couple of things in common.
- Every pair of Foster Grant sunglasses is equipped with MaxBlock™ 100% UVA-UVB lens protection.
- Every pair is made from lightweight, durable materials, built for quality and value.
Another thing my sister-in-law and I have in common. Virtually empty pockets and wallets. We can’t afford crazy expensive sunglasses. With Foster Grant’s selection, that’s not a problem. Pricing for a typical pair of sunglasses is between $15 and $20. That’s not bad at all for an item with so many uses now is it!
I love big, round lenses and a fairly traditional arm, and my favorite color for the frames is usually black or tortoise. What’s your favorite style of sunglasses?