Kaenon Beacon SR91 (Polarized) Reviews
Additional -11 Beacon SR91 (Polarized) Kaenon Reviews
2 people found this review helpful
March 18, 2010
Kaenon Polarized Beacons are the the conniseur's choice for superior eye protection. They combine comfort and good looks with the absolute best lenses made. I've had them all, Oakley\'s, Revo, Vuarnet, and none offer the overall experience and protection that Kaenon delivers with their Beacon (other frames as well). Kaenon has cornered the market with their new perfect lenses. Everyone else is playing catch-up at this point.
Brands I'd also recommend: Kaenon, Kaenon, & Kaenon
July 7, 2013
from Boone, North Carolina
I have trouble finding sunglasses that provide clear vision. After researching and reading many positive reviews about this brand, I decided to try one more time. These have proved to be the best yet - providing the clearest vision of any I've tried. This style, as all the other reviewers have indicated, fits close and is best for a medium to small head.
Brands I'd also recommend: none
May 7, 2013
This is my fourth pair of Kaenon's over the years. I stumbled upon them a few years ago and found out that they still produce in Italy which is rare. That's all I really needed to know to become interested in them, I only wish they offered more styles than they do. Don't get me wrong - they have something for everybody but there are other brands who give you more choices yet the quality isn't as great as Kaenons. Either way though I feel extremely confident when buying a pair of Kaenons. The Beacon has a much smaller frame than the others I have owned. Think rectangular and slightly cat eyed (upwards). If you've never tried on "lean" looking lenses then you will likely be 50/50 on these so expect a possible return. They remind me of the squarish type glasses "LOCS" or a style you would see a lot in Southern California. Would love glass lenses but these are still great. Remember think thin and lean when you order these. My hat size is a 7 1/2 fitted. I would not recommend this to anyone with a larger head size...too lean. Smallish to reasonable medium better off.