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.
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I finally found sunnies that wouldn’t fall or fog up because of my nose and cheeks. The first time I tried it on, I instantly fell in love with it. And will definitely be buying more sunnies from Covry. Please get more styles or frame colors of current sunnies!!! XO
Perfect! Sits on nose bridge and doesn't slide off. Also does not cut into cheeks like other glasses I've tried!
I have always settled for sunglasses, either compromising on the fit or style, assuming I was chasing some impossible pair that didn't exist. I have found "Asian-style" sport fit glasses that weren't great for everyday wear or very costly, or settled for cheaper pairs that look more fashionable but always hit my cheeks. I have been following Covry for a while with a healthy dose of skepticism and cautious optimism, and finally decided to buy a pair. They fit great, look great, and I would gladly recommend these and buy more!
I've always loved the look of plastic frames. At least as far as sunglasses are concerned. The only problem is that I have a flat bridge, so it's so rare to find plastic-framed sunglasses that actually fit my face without it sitting on my cheeks. I've only every found one or two, one of which was a pair of Maui Jim that had rubberized feet for the bridge that made it actually fit my face. So, when saw the Vega Coconut for less than half the price of a Maui Jim, I jumped at the chance. I am so happy I did. The sunglasses fit so well and, because I got the polarized version, my vision is very clear and comfortable for my sensitive eyes. They took some getting used to, because I'm so used to the feet on my nose bridge. The only thing that I would change is that I would probably add a little rubber to the plastic on the bridge. Not that I've had any problems with it sliding off my face. I just have a pretty oily T-zone and it feels like it could slide off. This is a very minor critique and not something that would prevent me from recommending it to others. If you're oily, though, I would probably just get a little cushion. They're not too pricey.
So comfortable and light weight. Beautiful color and really attractive on. They don’t slide down my nose which is huge for me. The lenses are nice color and the polarization is perfect.