Review: SPINE Eyewear

photo 1 (1)Normally I write about electronics and rarely fashion that doesn't have some aspect of tech however I am making an exception for SPINE Eyewear.   What is SPINE Eyewear you ask?

Inspired by the interaction between vertebrae, SPINE Eyeweais crafted with continual flexibility and will morph to fit any face shape or head size. SPINE Eyewear is constructed with patented micro injected metal (MiM) hinges, there are no screws used in the working mechanism of SPSpine 2INE. The spun wire cable is at the heart of the SPINE hinge, providing smooth dual action pulling power. The 5 SPINE vertebrae interact with each other to create fluid movement without "flicking." The temples of the sunglasses shut automatically when removed from the face.*

I received a sample to test out and was pretty impressed. Truth be told I stopped buying expensive sunglasses because either:

A) Lost the battle in my purse since I never put them in their case and the lenses are scratched

B) An arm breaks off (I honestly don't know how this happens but this happens the most)

C) The Lake Travis gods took them as a summer offering (Ie: I jumped in the lake and lost my shades)

SpineI was interested to see if the SPINE Eyewear sunglasses can hold up to the Nina Challenge. When I put them on they were very comfortable and fit well. One of the things I noticed was the quality lenses (I've gotten use to the cheap ones) but what I loved about the sunglasses were the hinges. Again its a hard knock life to be a pair of my sunglasses and the hinges almost make the SPINE Eyewear seem 2 (1)

So far the SPINE Eyewear sunglasseare holding up however I have only been wearing them a couple weeks. I will write a second review on my examiner page after I've used them a bit longer.

SPINE launched in the U.S. in January 2015 and will be sold in optical retailers. If your looking for a good pair glasses and sunglasses I would definitely check out the Spine line!

*Per SPINE Eyewear representative.