Smile test approved. Frames shouldn’t rest on your cheeks when you smile big.
Shake your head. Frames should sit securely on your nose bridge.
Plant-based acetate made from cotton and wood pulp.
Fitted with premium, scratch-resistant lenses offering 100% UVA/UVB protection.
Journey of a frame takes over 5 months from start to finish.
Working with over 40 skilled artisans that mold, cut, and assemble each frame to perfection.
I was a little nervous about getting a medium wide frame since typically I need "extra narrow", but these fit perfectly right out of the box! They don't move around, but I'm so used to having to adjust that I find myself having to put my hand down when I automatically go to adjust when it's totally not needed anymore! They feel lightweight, which is great because usually the aviator type frames weigh a bit more. The only comment I would have is that the way they sit higher on my face, there's a pretty big gap so a lot more light comes in on the side compared to my Ray-Bans. If you want more coverage, I would suggest a different frame. If you want a great fit at the expense of a larger gap, go for it! I definitely wear these everyday when I head outside!
Love these sunglasses! Just what I hoped & the fit is perfect for my round face!
Atlas Pine Review
Good, doesn't slide off.
I love these sunglasses! They are so comfortable and don’t get smudged by my cheeks which is huge because my skin is super oily. They also stay on my nose faithfully and have never slipped, which is even more impressive because of my aforementioned oily skin. Highly recommended!
I have been on a hunt to purchase the perfect fit sunglasses. I’ve always been envious of those who can wear sunglasses all the time without feeling uncomfortable. I am no longer on the hunt! I purchased the Atlas Pine because I love my original Ray Ban aviator but the Atlas Pine fits me like a glove. I can look down without it falling off and can wear it all day without discomfort. My husband even suggested I stock up in case this gets discontinued. Honestly, I’ve already decided to purchase a pair of Maia and deciding on which frame to get for blue light. Also, I hate paying for shipping on anything, but I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s worth it!