Guideline Sunglasses Review
Have you ever had the misfortune to have been on the water or skiing on a sunny day without proper eyewear protection? If you have, you know that too much sun is bad for the skin and the eyes. Blood shot eyes are not very attractive. Any opthalmologist will tell you that it is important to protect your eyes from harmful UVA rays. With that in mind, I always travel with good quality sunglasses. I’ll share my review of Guideline Sunglasses.
The folks at Guideline asked me to review the Marysol sunglasses. I brought them with me to Mazatlan, but the weather didn’t merit wearing sunglasses. Instead, I traveled with them to Maui, Hawaii and tested them on a Hana Bay ocean kayak adventure. The glasses performed well under bright sunshine conditions, as well as a cloudy overcast day. The sunglasses cut the glare off the water and allowed me to see fish swimming below the kayak, in the coral reef.
Featuring a polarized and light weight Polycarbonate lens, the Guideline Marysol is a graceful alternative to the over-sized sunglasses that are popular with many women. The wrap style frame is constructed from ultra-light and durable TR-55 nylon with spring hinges. It comes with its own soft, lightweight protective case with a Velcro closure for easy travel.
Priced at $52.46, these sunglasses offer good eye protection at a reasonable price. Guideline sunglasses are a worthwhile travel gear investment.
Where to buy:
ICU Eyewear supplied me with these Guideline sunglasses for review