Menton Ezil Aviator Sunglasses Review

Menton Ezil Aviator Sunglasses Review

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Takeaway: Very thin metal frame feels cardboardy, reflective lens causes interior glare, paint chips easily.

The sunglasses come in a rigid, felt lined, cardboard case with magnetic closure. Included are the sunglasses and a soft, microfiber cleaning cloth. The construction is interesting because rather than your typical metal wire frames, these appear to be made from laser cut aluminum sheet. The metal is very thin, flat, and flexible which makes them lightweight, but also easily bent. This lack of dimension makes the wide flat edges feel somewhat sharp, but not enough to cut you. However, it feels a bit like wearing cardboard disposable glasses. On the black painted arms are rubber grips along the last 3.25" to help the glasses stay in place and they wrap around your head rather than over your ears, making them prone to slipping forward off your face. I found the black paint is easily scratched and chipped away.

The sunglasses have the following measurements 60mm lens width, 49mm lens height, 19mm bridge, and 145mm arm length. When wearing the glasses initially everything will have a deep blue tint to it, but your eyes will adjust after a while. These sunglasses feature a reflective coating on the front that's supposed to help cut down on glare and are polarized to cut down on harmful UV rays. But the one thing I noticed is that the inside of the lens is so reflective that sometimes I see a glare and reflection on the inner surface of the lens. It's only in certain lighting situations and at certain angles, but it's enough of a bother for me to only use these as backup sunglasses. I guess that's why they are so inexpensive.

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