Eagle Eyes Sunglasses – Product Review

There’s three things I admittedly have too much of.  Jewelry.  Shoes.  And sunglasses.   But each for their own reasons, I can easily justify the presence to “too many” into being just about right.   That said, when I had the opportunity to review Eagle Eyes Sunglasses, I was probably less than enthusiastic.

Then again, keeping mind the number sunglasses broken, scratched, lost, left on the fast food or restroom counter, or that just mysteriously grew legs and walked away, I figured a couple more couldn’t possible hurt.

The folks at Eagle Eyes Sunglasses were gracious enough to provide three pair for review, and here’s my impressions.

Arrival and Unboxing

Well-thought packaging, and, surprise! more than I expected.  Each pair came with a very nice carry case.  Not the typical junky afterthought, but a statement piece.  So they scored with me before I even got a peek at the sunglasses themselves.

The Look

While I’m a sucker for semi-glitzy or glam styles, Eagle Eyes offers a selection of both classic looks and modern trendy stuff to satisfy me.  The three that I chose were Gemstone I, Halley, and Force, which probably betrays a bit about my eclectic tastes.  The Gemstone I was a bit too square for my facial shape, so in retrospect I probably should have gone with the Gemstone II.  But the Halley and Force were great choices, looked great on, and were something I’d have chosen had I been shopping in a brick-and-mortar store.

The Fit

One the biggest challenges I have with sunglasses is finding a pair that fits right.  So many look awesome, but are not comfortable on the nose or over the ears.  Pleasant surprise with Eagle Eyes – they’re some of the most comfortable I’ve ever worn, even the Gemstone I pair that I passed on to a friend.


I know I said I buy my sunglasses based on style.  And I admit it, that’s my first criteria.   But hey, I just assume if they’re called sunglasses they’re going to do what the name implies.  Which provided another pleasant surprise – superior visual clarity and crisp filtering of all the images of life to your eyes.

Eagle Eye Sunglasses are a Big YES!

If you’re needing new sunglasses (who isn’t??), Eagle Eyes are definitely worth considering.  I’d say they compare very favorably with much more expensive sunglasses, and I’ll for sure be returning to their website to buy more.

Linda Allen

I'm a serial entrepreneur, with a resume that makes me look like a Jane of all trades. Pretty sure we are all reluctant Messiahs, travelling through life planting seeds where ever we can. Hopefully, most of mine have been good ones! MA from Miami University (Ohio, not Florida), BA from Cal State.