I feel ear and eye protection is shooting products domain where you can easily cut corners to save money. I know that may sound reckless, but I just dont see the need for high-end glasses/plugs/headphones if you can get both items squared away for under 15$. These glasses look good (the picture is actually of the outback series. the eternity series lenses are more squared off at the outer edge but look about as cool), feel good, and won't make you look rediculous. Since glasses are worn to protect your eyes from airborne debris, ejected shells, and i suppose glare, you can't go wrong here. Again, I dont see why you need high-end glasses that will inevitably get scratched. These ones are cheap enough but work just fine, yet if they get scratched up, lost, or broken you're not going to care that much. The only real complaint I have with these compared to the outback series is that where the temples connect to the frame the material there is pretty thin. I could see the temples breaking off before anything. If you treat them with even the minimum amount of care though, there shouldn't be an issue. After all, they're primarily just going to be resting on your face. I just wish all glasses like these came with a case, but I suppose what with the price I can go and get something, no problem.
Pros: comfortable, stylish, come with neck lanyard
Cons: seem a bit flimsy where the temples meet the fram
This review was written in the old system and had content requirements that are different than reviews written today.