I have 3 pairs of these sunglasses. The zebra wood, walnut, and the zebra wood aviators.Pros: The sunglasses come with a case, lens wipe cloth, a pick, and a bracelet. – I use the case and the lens wipe a lot. I’m an owner of a purse and the sunglasses don’t get scratched up while it’s in its case. -Both types of wood are sturdy but lightweight. -The dark lenses decrease glare from the sun. -The sunglasses are pretty stylish.Now onto the only con I have with these glasses. -Don’t drop your sunglasses..ever, the lenses will all out. It has happened to my husband (who owns the zebra wood aviators-one of the lenses fell out when accidentally dropped outdoors onto a path but I popped it back in for him) and my walnut wood sunglasses. I had my walnut wood Woodies clipped to my shirt, I bent over and one of the lenses fell in a parking lot. I’ve had these glasses for a week. Thankfully, it didn’t get lost or scratched. The lenses will eventually pop back it with a little bit of effort. I was worried about breaking the lens when I was putting it back in the frame. The only pair that hasn’t met this fate yet are my zebra wood pair.Conclusion: I like them. Since the wood is so well made, I wish I didn’t have to worry about the lenses falling out of the frame if I dropped them.
Not the same quality as the ones I had before. They are better than nothing but way over priced.They are huge! Not sure why so few people are saying this. But you can see it written between the lines of other reviews (they fit my super wide face). Yeah, I’m sure they do, but they stick out like wings on either side of my normal face. Even the pictures happy customers send in — the glasses are too big for their faces. Great product, but needs to come down in general size or be offered in a range of sizes.