Reviews for Torege Polarized Sports Sunglasses With 3 Interchangeable Lenes for Men Women Cycling Running Driving Fishing Glasses TR002
People say Torege is really similar to Oakley.
Stick it to Luxotica and their $200/pp monopoly pricing.
Awesome glasses. I lost a pair of ($200+) Oakley Radarlock glasses that I have been using for road biking for years. I bought these when they were promoted on Amazon, and frankly they are just as good if not better than the Oakleys for 1/10th the price. Finally someone is able to stick it to the Luxotica monopoly. I have already bought 2 other pairs of Torege glasses since, and am equally pleased with those. So far I am a very happy camper.
Goodbye Oakley, Hello Torege
Disclaimer: I have always been an Oakley man. Am an avid outdoorsman and love to mountain bike in Colorado and just about anywhere else that’s beautiful. Oakley makes great sunglasses for outdoor sports and they usually fit great. Well our puppy got hold of my Oakleys and they no longer work as they should. My fault completely! Didn’t want to spend another $240 on a single pair so I did lots of research and settled on these. They showed up Tuesday at 12:30 and I loaded up my bike and was on the trail by 1:15. They fit great!!! I can’t stress enough how well they fit!!! I have a crooked nose and all glasses sit slightly off center to the right. These do as well but because they have more of a wrap around lens it’s not noticeable. They are extremely comfortable and literally did not move the entire time I was on the trail. Had no issues with the arms digging into the sides of my head or ears with a helmet on and have nothing but praises to sing of these glasses. I ride in some rough trails and took a couple branches to the face and absolutely no damage to the frames or lenses. Now, ONLY word of caution would be the nose piece is VERY different than what I’m used to with my Oakleys. As you can see in the pic the nose piece bridge goes all the way up and will rest somewhere on your face around the eyebrows or just below. It took some time for me to adjust to that as I’m not used to having something touch my face like that. But I actually came to really enjoy that because it acted... Read More
Couldn't be more happier
I lost two Oakleys (radar path and another one) on hiking trails in the past 6 months, so I decided not to spend much on sunglasses, here in Colorado with bright sun on almost everyday it's hard to go out or drive without sunglasses. This sunglass is very similar to the $200 Oakley Radar Path and comes with a very good case, pouch, extra lenses, extra nose pads and much more. I'm totally amazed by the quality of these glasses, excellent finish, very strong comfortable frame. Now I know how much markup they have on these branded glasses! Way to go Torege! I'm done with marked-up branded glasses, no more, period.
Crazy good for the value!!!!
No joke, these are crazy good for the money. I rarely write reviews but couldn’t help but give MAD props to the product! I had low expectations when I ordered but Ive paid the price over and over again buying high end shades that I end up losing or abusing out in the wild. I never seem to lose the overpriced crapper glasses I have to buy at the gas station because I dropped my other glasses in the lake. So, I bought some value glasses on Amazon. First off, Quality packaging (who cares right) BUT, it came with a nice zip case, extra lens protective holder, (NICE) lint free wipey, extra nose piece thing, and nerdy sunglass strap dohickeys. Glasses feel solid and every bit as stout as a pair of oakleys, the polarized lens is ACTUALLY polarized, and swapping lenses is a breeze. Not gunna lie… it’s kind of nice being surprised with quality at a good price for once. I’m already ordering two more pairs to keep in both of my cars!
I've had these several months now and I really can't complain. For the price they are really quite good. I've had several pair of Oakley sunglasses in the past, all of which have failed miserably in a number of different ways. Extremely irritating considering the price. So, I refused to spend big money on sunglasses again. I've used these Torege glasses with the blue lenses on since I purchased them... they work very well. Do a nice job cutting down on glare and haze, wrap nicely, stay on my face well, don't fog up and so far, have held up. I've used them for running and other sports on the beach all thru the summer and into the this fall and so far not one complaint. Definitely pleased with this purchase and would buy them again. No more wasted money on overpriced Oakley junk.
Nice product for minimal cost
So, having worn/used only the top brand sunglasses (Oakley, Ray-Ban, Maui Jim's, Carrera, etc.), I was very skeptical about getting a "no-brand" sunglasses. However, I just needed something to wear when playing golf, preferably a polarized lens for those sunny/bright days, so I decided to try on a few. And, guess what? I am very happy with this one. It fits nicely, the lens is clear and not warped, and there are three different lenses to easily interchange depending on your needs. For less than 30 bucks, you get a nice pair of sunglasses for golfing, cycling, fishing, etc. I am definitely going to tell others about this product.
These Torege's are great. Lightweight, perfect fit, and sharp looking. They've cured my $200+ sports sunglasses habit.
I'm not entirely sure how many firms manufacture inexpensive sport-style, multi-lens sunglasses. A lot. So I've owned/own a lot of "expensive" sunglasses and I once owned a sweet pair of Oakley Radars, Oakley's version of sports sunglasses with interchangeable lenses. The Oakley frame and base lens was $215, and I bought a yellow lens for an additional $35. Then I left them on a fishing boat during a trip to Florida three years ago. Bye bye $250. I'm not saying the Oakleys weren't great sunglasses, they were nice, but never again! My sunglasses get scratches, broken, lost. So now, these Torege's are my 3rd set of inexpensive frames from different manufacturers. Why do I need 3 different pairs of interchangeable lens sports sunglasses? I say Why Not? They cost $25 or less and come with 4 or 5 lenses each. Now, these particular Torege's are great. Lightweight, fit is perfect. Sharp looking. Very easy to swap out lenses. Matter of fact over Labor Day weekend we stayed at my mother in law's. In the morning we went mountain biking, which called for the cool multi-hue lenses, then some hiking around a lake, definitely work requiring polarized lens, then we working on installing a stone fireplace late into each evening with lots of cutting, which called for the eye-protection of clear yellow and then crystal clear lenses. I can't seem to break these sunglasses, they flex and twist, they get covered with stone dust, dropped several times onto the floor. I know at some point however... Read More
Amazing goggles for a very good price
These replaced a pair of Oakley goggles that I've had for a while which were finally falling apart. These Torege's seem very well made for the price and what you get for the money is simply amazing. They come in a hard case that has a nice zipper on it. Multiple lenses for various applications are included which also come in their own very nice soft pouch. You also get a micro fiber carrying bag and a micro fiber cleaning towel. All of that for only $22 which is simply amazing. In comparison, my old $160 Oakley's only came with two lenses and a cheap carrying bag. If you get these Torege's, you won't be disappointed.
Great price, better fit!
I love these. They are very similar in style to my Oakleys but way more comfortable. I don't know if I have a big head or not, but the Oakleys fit very tight and start to hurt after awhile, but these are very flexible and I can wear them way longer than other sunglasses I have owned. I love that it ships with replaceble lenses, but I love the blue ones that came installed by default and have yet to swap them out, but the fact that these glasses look nice, fit great and they send you different lens options for the price they charge is simply amazing.
Great pair of sunglasses for the money!
Wow, for $20 bucks I have zero complaints. I needed a pair of sunglasses that I could wear with my bike helmet - these fit great. The tips don't interfere with the helmet at all, so they stay securely on my face. The nose-bridge is very comfortable as well. I haven't played around with the other included lenses (bonus), but the red one that came on it works great! I love that I don't have to stress about these. If I break/lose/whatever them, I won't care. I can't say the same thing about a $200 dollar pair of Oakleys! If you just need a casual pair of sunglasses ... give them a try.