Throwing The Perfect Amount Of Shade | SpecsPost Sunglasses

As some of you may or may not know, i’ve been absolutely loving wearing a pair of Sunglasses rather than a pair of normal Glasses lately. That’s why when the guys over at SpecsPost very kindly asked me if they could send me a few pairs of their Sunglasses to try, I of course said yes. Well i’ve been wearing them for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what SpecsPost say about themselves.

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I was very kindly sent a pair of the SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses, a pair of the SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses, and a pair of the SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses.

Here’s what SpecsPost say about all three pairs of Sunglasses.

The SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses.

These classic James Bond style Aviator Sunglasses offer an effortlessly cool and timeless look, and will make you look and feel the part. They are designed to ensure that they can take the rigours of an active lifestyle, or that of 007 himself. Like all of our Sunglasses, these offer full UVA and UVB protection. These are also available as Glasses.

The SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses.

Great for both men and women, these classic style Sunglasses are the perfect way to keep your eyes safe from the Sun.

The SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses.

These Sunglasses of rebels are either available as prescription or non-prescription Sunglasses, and can also be purchased without tinted lenses to be used as fashion glasses or as prescription spectacles.

Me wearing a green blazer, a light Green shirt, and a pair of silver Aviator Sunglasses with Green lenses, on a light background.

A picture of the SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses.

The SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses.

Their material.

I really liked their material, as these were made of an incredibly thin and light metal, which meant that I almost forgot that I was wearing them half of the time.

Their colour and design.

I absolutely loved their colour, as I thought that their bright Green lenses added a nice pop of colour to whatever I was wearing. I also really liked their design, as with them being an Aviator, they had that classic bar design across the bridge of the nose that I seem to be really loving lately.

Their size.

I really liked their size, as even though I thought that they might be a little big for me and slide down my nose, they actually fitted me rather well.

Their lenses.

I really liked their lenses, as even though SpecsPost couldn’t fit my prescription in them as my prescription is incredibly strong, I did like that they kept my eyes safe from the Sun.

Their packaging.

I really liked their packaging, as these came in a beautiful chunky wooden effect Glasses case that had SpecsPost engraved into the lid. The only thing that I didn’t like about it’s case though, is that it unfortunately didn’t come with any kind of a cleaning cloth.

Me wearing a Green blazer, a light Green shirt, and a pair of Black chunky plastic Sunglasses with Grey lenses, on a light background.

A picture of the SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses.

The SpecsPost AOK Classic Sunglasses.

Their material.

I really liked their material, as these were made of a nice chunky and substantial Acetate that felt incredibly lightweight when I was wearing them.

Their colour and design.

I really liked their colour ,as I thought that their Black frames and Grey lenses went beautifully with my favourite pair of Boots. I also really liked their design, as these had little grooves on the thickest part of their extremely cool looking arms.

Their size.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of their size when I first wore them, as I thought that they felt a little bit too tight. But after I had worn them for a little while, I found that they loosened a little, and eventually fitted me like a glove.

Their lenses.

I really liked their lenses, as even though SpecsPost couldn’t fit my prescription in them as my prescription is incredibly strong, I did like that they protected my eyes from the Sun.

Their packaging.

I really liked their packaging, as these came in a really thin plastic Glasses case that fitted into even the smallest of pockets. The only thing that I didn’t like about it’s case though, was that it unfortunately didn’t come with any kind of a cleaning cloth like a pair of Glasses normally would.

Me wearing a green blazer, a light green shirt, and a pair of black thin plastic Sunglasses with Grey lenses, on a light background.

A picture of the SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses.

The SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses.

Their material.

I really liked their material, as these were made from a rather thick and chunky Acetate that felt both really substantial and lightweight when I was wearing them.

Their colour and design.

I really liked their colour, as I thought that their gorgeously glossy Black colour basically went with everything I wore, but I did unfortunately think that their Grey lenses were a little but too much on the dark side. I also really liked their design, as I loved how simplistic and classic they looked.

Their size.

I really liked their size, as when I first saw them I thought that they were going to instantly fall off of my face, but they actually fitted me like a glove.

Their lenses.

I really liked their lenses, as these were a little bit bigger than the other two pairs that I tried, and even though SpecsPost couldn’t fit them with my prescription as it’s incredibly strong, I loved that they protected my eyes from the Sun.

Their packaging.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of their packaging, as these came in a massive Glasses case that I thought was a little unnecessary. I also was a little disappointed that these like the other two didn’t come with any kind of a cleaning cloth.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses, a nine out of ten, the SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses, an eight point five out of ten, and the James Dean Style SunglassesΒ an eight out of ten. I absolutely loved the SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses, as I loved their material, their gorgeous colour and design, their size, their lenses, and their packaging, but as I said, I would have liked some kind of a cleaning cloth to be included in their case. I really liked the SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses, as I loved their lightweight material, their colour and funky frame design, their size, their lenses, and their packaging, but I again thought that they should have included some kind of a cleaning cloth in their case. I also liked the SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses, as I really liked their material, their design and colour, their size, their lenses, and their packaging, but unfortunately I thought that they were just a little bit too plain for my taste, and I would have again liked some kind of a cleaning cloth to be included in their case.

If you would like to find out more about SpecsPost, or would like to get a pair of their amazing Sunglasses for yourselves, then you can find SpecsPost online here.

I was very kindly sent a pair of the SpecsPost James Bond Aviator Sunglasses, a pair of the SpecsPost AOK Prescription Sunglasses, and a pair of the SpecsPost James Dean Style Sunglasses to review, but all thoughts, opinions, and general ramblings are my own.

Have you tried anything from SpecsPost yet? What did you try? What did you think of them? What’s your favourite Sunglasses style? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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