TOREGE Polarized Sports Sunglasses Review
Last Updated on May 1, 2023 by Daniel
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses Review
What We Enjoy
- Polarized lenses
- Good construction
What We Don’t Like
- slightly rigid
- A little uncomfortable.
The Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses are the perfect choice for those who need something that offers a little more protection from the sun while still looking stylish.
They are available in multiple colors and frame options to suit any taste and preference. These sunglasses are great for those who are active and want maximum protection from UV rays.
The Torge Polarized Sports Sunglasses come with a soft carry case, 7 layers, and a 30-day warranty. They are comfortable to wear and maintain, and they are very affordable.
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses: Specs
- Product Name: Guardian Spirit
- Product Brand: TOREGE
- Color: polished and matte black, white, and gray, in a variety of lens colors.
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses: Technology
- Polarized lenses
- 7 layers
- 100% UV400 protection
There are seven layers in these glasses, including a polarizing layer that reduces glare during outdoor activities, including golf. Two bonding layers ensure durability, while two additional layers provide UV400 protection against both UVA and UVB rays. The last two layers prevent the lenses from breaking.
Because they are polarized, I had to remove them to read text messages, respond to emails, or make phone calls.
They seem to be of good quality and scratch-resistant. In addition, the lightweight, highly durable Grilamid TR90 frame can withstand a lot of abuse. The frames are kept stable during swings by the grippy rubber on the stems and nose pads.
TOREGE offers a lifetime warranty against breakage, even if you break or snap them. Additionally, they offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, so if you are not satisfied with their service, you can return them for a refund.
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses: Performance
- 100% protection from UVA and UVB rays
- It can be used in any weather condition.
In bright conditions, the specs hold up well. The TOREGE’s polarized lenses are truly effective at blocking quite a bit of light, making it perfect for rounds in the midday sun. I found the rubber grips to be effective at keeping the glasses from sliding during my swings, though it might have helped if the fit was a bit snug.
Under less bright or overcast conditions, I found that these sunglasses made things a bit too dark for me, and I switched them out for another pair. I also found it challenging to read green with TOREGEs in front of me. In order to determine the slope and grain of putts over 6 feet, I took them off.
Despite its polarized lenses, the TOREGE still blocked quite a bit of light—perfect for a round during the day.
With these lenses over my eyes, the screen of my iPhone became unreadable when I read texts, answered emails, or made phone calls because of the polarization. Despite the fact that checking your phone during a round is an utter no-no on the course, it is difficult to fully disconnect during a four-hour round of golf, and some emails just can’t wait.
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses: Design
- Available in 7 lens
- Cord included
- Fits well.
These shades have a very uninteresting style. In terms of aesthetics, the pedestrian aesthetic isn’t going to stand out much, but that could be a good thing. These frames come in seven lens and frame combinations. For added pop, the more adventurous (or Guy Fieri) might choose white frames with blue lenses.
Despite the slightly tight fit, the rubber grips kept my glasses from sliding during my swings.
As an extra bonus, the company includes a cord that you can attach to the stems if you wish to hang the clubs from your neck, but I find that distracting while playing.
Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses: Maintenance
- Easy to clean.
- A microfiber cloth is included for cleaning.
- A storage case is also included.
To clean the lenses, there is a microfiber cloth included with the glasses, as well as a soft case for storage. To keep optics clean, whether they are in sunglasses or a camera lens, use the micro bag during the round to wipe away grease, dirt, and smudges.
Such quality for such a low price is rare.
Whenever I wasn’t wearing them, I kept them in the mesh netting under my pushcart handle, along with my laser rangefinder, or in the dashboard compartment of my electric golf cart. The glasses look brand new even after three rounds.
These glasses are of great value at less than $30, especially since they come with a case. If you purchase the case separately, you might have to pay up to $20.
Even though the sports sunglasses market is saturated with numerous options, it’s difficult to find this kind of quality at such a low price. So they’re a bargain. All the other brands will cost at least three times as much as the TOREGE.
What’s the point?
At only $20, you can’t help but pull the trigger on these TOREGE Guardian Spirit Polarized Sports Sunglasses. If you don’t already have polarized sunglasses or don’t want to wear your expensive shades out on the course, these are a decent (if not very stylish) alternative.