We recently had the chance to check out Cebe’s S. Sential, and we learned about the brand’s French alpine history and craftsmanship. We also had the chance to check out their super sporty Eyemax and Wild models.
Really, when it comes to down to it, sunglasses are about feel on your face—either they feel right, or they don’t. If they look good doing it, you’ve got a winner. Cebe’s Eyemax glasses are a very light, flexible nylon frame pair of sunglasses with ventilated lenses–perfect for sports with wind your face. Extra wide for good “panoramic vision,” they feel great on your face and offer unimpeded sight lines.
I’ve worn the Eyemax in a large variety of conditions, and they’re comfortable and forgettable on your face—in a good way. So good, you forget you’re wearing them. The interchangeable lenses make them chameleons for whatever sport you’re into or setting in which you do it, from volley ball to hiking to cycling.
The Wilds are nearly the same sunglasses, but they offer a few different styles and a slightly different shape. Just as light, just as flexible, and also ventilated, but with interchangeable lenses to meet your changing lighting needs. Their similarities made them equally loved.
The kicker is that these great glasses run an incredibly reasonable $50 for the regular lenses and $70 for the photochromic lenses (for the Eyemax). The Wilds come in at a super-reasonable $50 and ship with interchangeable lenses. Prices like these make Cebe’s Eyemax and Wild not only incredibly light and comfortable and versatile for your sport of choice, but they’ll both fit your wallet of choice as well, making them a very Benosh kind of value!