Made in North Carolina
All of our eyewear is designed and manufactured in the USA. We take pride in building everything in-house and none of our eyewear is mass-produced in a factory a world away. With less disconnect, we are able to have better quality control from the very start of production.
Our sunglasses are built tough, especially those made with our Kryptonite frames. Sometimes that durability can be pushed to the limit. In case something does happen, we stand by our sunglasses. If you find a way to break them, we will fix them regardless of the reason.
With a 75 year history in horse racing, our product focus has always centered around weight and the lack thereof. You can go faster and further the lighter you are. The products we make were designed to shave every possible gram and our sunglasses are no exception.
Built for Performance
Equipped with high clarity lenses that are scratch-resistant and shatter-proof. Soft non-slip pads on the temple bars and nose give a secure fit that will resist slipping from rain, sweat, or water sports. An optional tether cord can be attached by easily removing the temple pads.
I wasn't sure what to expect without trying them on, but I love them! Even better, they are made in the United States!
I have several pair of sunglasses that cost 2-3 times as much as these.
I bought this pair for a fishing trip and can honestly say they are the most comfortable pair of glasses I own.
The polarized lens are just as good as other brands. I’ll be curious to see how the finish on the lenses holds up over time.
I would have zero hesitation about buying another pair.
I bought these for the green color and they look exactly as I expected. The frames are lightweight, good quality and very comfortable, although I will note that the hinges on this pair are quite a bit tighter than the other model I ordered. The lenses are mirrored, but not completely, so your eyes are still somewhat visible. Also worth noting is that these lenses have a rose tint to them, rather than a neutral/grey tint like the others. Not a bad thing, but I wasn't expecting that from the description.