Each and every day i seem to suffer from the sun, where i always find myself squinting for no reason. What i didn't know was that this squinting can cause unnecessary tiredness under the eyes and damage to the eye itself.
Just a few days ago i went into target and bought myself a pair of Target Brand Men's Sunnies, costing $16.99 Aust. When purchasing sunnies from retail stores such as Target, you also get a free carry case. Made of a solid metal frame, and what appears to be relatively strong hinges, the sunnies seem to be of reasonable quality. Unlike other sunglasses i've tried on in the past, these didn't feel loose on my head, and the nose rests seem to be loose in an attempt to minimise any broken parts, as well as allowing for a wider array of head sizes.
The sunglasses have a UV rating of 400, and the sheer size of the lens stops any glare, making sure that your eyes are protected from the sun. Although see through, the sunnies are somewhat reflective, hiding your eyes to any onlookers.
These glasses will be dropped, thrown around and maybe even hit on the odd day, however only as time goes by willI I know the true quality of these sunnies. I plan to update this review in another month or so to keep you all informed.
In the end, your budget for sunnies is your budget. If you have the funds for a $70 pair of sunnies, then i say why not get them, spoil yourself. If not basic retail sunnies such as these from Target will do you fine.