This week I’ve been testing the new Renegades sunglasses from SunGod and although we only have intermittent sun here in the UK, the Renegades style and performance have really impressed me.
The Renegades are custom, polarised sunglasses built from a unique flexible memory plastic which protect them from snapping or breaking, I can vouch for that. But in the unlikely even they do break, SunGod will repair or replace them free of charge.
To protect the lenses, they are coated with a triple layered scratch resistant coating and an anti-reflective inner lens coating. Do note that scratch resistant doesn’t mean scratch proof!
When travelling abroad to sunnier destinations, sunglasses are crucial and I love having a pair that I can thrown in my bag, pockets or suitcase without worrying about damage or scratches, and did I mention how awesome they look?
With the SunGod Renegades it is possible to change the colour of the frames, the lenses and the colour of the icon on the arms.
Another customisation option is the ability to choose between standards lenses and 4K Optics, which is SunGod’s trademark polarised filter designed to eliminate glare, enhance precision and improve depth of field. I always keep a pair in the car as it makes driving on a sunny day so much more comfortable.
SunGod don’t skimp on safety, both lens options offer 100% protection from UVA and UVB which exceeds EN 1836 (European) and ANSI Z80.3 (American) standards.
Over the last 3 years I’ve owned different pairs of Classic, Classic2 and Maverick sunglasses from SunGod and they’re all still in great shape even after being dropped, thrown around, worn in salt water and stolen by a pair of German Shepherds!
I think SunGod glasses look fantastic and are very affordable. I have no desire to pay ridiculous amounts of money to own ‘designer’ sunglasses.
Here is a side by side comparison to help you decide between the Renegades (left) and the Classic2 (right).
A pair of custom sunglasses from SunGod will put you back £45.00, or £60 if you want the polarised lenses which I highly recommend.
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