Are Le Specs a good brand?

Are Le Specs a good brand?

Le Specs Sunglasses is one of the top brands for sunglasses on the planet today. It is an Australian brand founded in 1979 and overtime has reached iconic status. Their philosophy is simple; ensuring well-designed eyewear is accessible to anyone.

Is Le Specs French?

The brand was founded in Australia in 1979 “back when they could just get away with putting the French flag on something and calling it ‘Le’ and using a French material,” a move that might be deemed inauthentic today, he says. “But that’s what makes the brand fun and ironic and cheeky.”

Who owns Le Specs?

Rodney Grunseit – CEO – Sunshades Eyewear | Karen Walker, Le Specs, Oroton and Kering Eyewear distribution. LinkedIn.

Are all Le Specs polarized?

Lightweight, scratch resistant and shatterproof. Providing optimal levels of clarity, comfort and protection. Fitted to reduce reflections, enhance contrast, improve visual clarity and reduce eye strain. All Le Specs polarized styles are marked with a polarized print on the inner left temple for easy identification.

Are Shady rays good quality?

Bottom Line. That concludes our Shady Rays reviews! If you’re looking for a nice pair of quality sunglasses, I would recommend checking out this brand. They offer a nice range of styles at pretty good prices, plus a great return policy and even warranties in case they get broken.

What sunglasses are best for your eyes?

Singh recommends that you:

  • Choose sunglasses that block both UVA and UVB light. You don’t have to pay a premium — UV protection is available in all price ranges.
  • Select amber or brown lenses if you have macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy. These colors enhance contrast, which can help you see better.

What sunglasses suit my face shape?

The aim should be to soften the facial features of a square shaped face. Round or oval sunglasses make the highly structed angels of a face shape appear more delicate, while square or rectangular silhouettes will extravagate the sharpness of your facial features.

Where are Le Specs manufactured?

The brand’s eyewear is manufactured in China, and has a three or four month lead time on orders.

Where is Le Specs based?

Sydney, Australia
Designed in Sydney, Australia, our range of Le Specs eyeglasses are crafted from the finest materials and components, with a focus on unique design and affordability.

Where are Le Specs made?

What kind of sunglasses does Meghan Markle wear?

Meghan Markle wore FINLAY London Henrietta Black sunglasses at Wimbledon 2019. The Henrietta is a sumptuous cat-eye frame with shallow lenses which sweeps upwards. It is fitted with Carl Zeiss lenses offering full UVA/B protection and is available to buy here.

What is the difference between polarized and non polarized?

Let’s start with the basics: polarized eyewear has special lenses designed to reduce glare from reflective or bright surfaces. Non-polarized lenses offer protection from light, but do not have the filter built in to cancel out bright surface glare.