Boston Bill Sunglasses – Review

Boston Bill Sunglasses

When my $24 sunglasses from Target broke the other day, I began keeping my eye open for a new pair of sunglasses.  Maybe this time I will bite the bullet and invest a little into a pair and get the expensive “running” sunglasses.  I looked around on the internet, glanced at some in the cases of Dick’s Sporting Goods and Sports Authority, and still couldn’t part with a $1oo bill for something that I seem to go through fairly quickly and don’t last all that long.

So, about a month ago I went into The Sporty Runner, a local running store and saw the display of Boston Bill sunglasses.  They were light, fit snug (but not too tight) and seemed to disappear when I put them on.  But will they stay on when I run?  For $30, I gave them a try.

My first outing was a sweaty one and a bright one, a perfect day to try my new purchase.  I was well down the trail and running into the mid-afternoon sun when I remembered I was wearing my new shades… and I was sold on them.

What I like about them:

1) they are light weight, no headaches back behind the ears

2) stylish (at least I think so)

3) amber lens: this is the first time I have tried them and they worked very well, including making the colors of nature REALLY stand out

4) full protection for your eyes – 100% UVA and UVB

5) even though they are light, they are tough and shatterproof – polycarbonate lenses and frame

So far, I am very pleased with these sunglasses, especially for the price.  I highly recommend them and will soon be getting another pair (fromThe Sporty Runner of course).

www.bostonbill.com

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