Well, by now you’ve already seen me and either or both of us sporting these bright sunglasses in our running pictures. And I think to say that I’m both of us obsessed with them would be rather an understatement. So I figured I’d drop in and share with you a bit more about them after getting a couple of questions about why we like them.
The brand is Goodr. (Pronounced good-er). And to summarize, they are very cost-effective, non-slip, polarized sunglasses with a fun personality! They are designed for runners, so they are lightweight, do not bounce, and stay on your face even when you are sweaty.
They are amazing while I am running, so no modifications are necessary. They are available in a range of unique colors and in a variety of sizes and styles, so there’s something for everyone.
Between the two of us, we own 5 pairs, so it’s safe to say that we’re fans.
I’ve always had a hard time finding sunglasses, and truthfully, once I discover a pair I love, I probably hang onto them for years. But, that also means they’re usually very expensive. However, now that the cost of polarized sunglasses isn t as high as it once was, and we’ve discovered Goodr, there’s no going back!
These sunglasses are my favorites that I’ve ever owned, I’m wearing them while I run, play outside with my children, or when I m running errands. The relative ease of keeping them from falling or slipping down my nose has undoubtedly made their value impressive.
They are also unisex. So we can just pick up the nearest pair when we need to. But really though – it’s super nice that they are made to fit either/or.
The names of each pair are printed on the inside of the frame, which is a nice touch. Oh, and some Goodr’s have mirrored lenses and some don’t, so you can take note of that before ordering a pair.
So, if you’d like an easy pair of eyewear that fits your active lifestyle and does not fall off of your face while running, hop on the Goodr train! And if you like a dependable pair of polarized sunglasses that won’t break if your toddler tears them in half (from personal experience), then get on the Goodr train!