Gear Review: Goodr OG Sunglasses

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Hi, I’m Kristin, and I’m a goodr addict.

It started a couple of years ago, with my first pair of OGs: white and blue Iced by Yetis that my walking buddies agreed were totally me.  Originally, goodrs caught my eye because they just look cool.  They come in all kinds of different colors, and they have names that make me laugh. But I quickly discovered that these super-cool shades are unlike any other sunglasses I’ve ever owned. 

Goodr’s OGs are incredibly light, so I barely even notice that they’re there.  They never slide down my nose—which is a big deal for me, since I have a little nose that can’t seem to hold a pair of glasses.  And the polarized lenses have the right amount of shade: not too light, not too dark. 

Once I bought that first pair of OGs, a running friend warned me that I wouldn’t be able to stop at just one pair—and she was right.  I now have a pile of goodr sunglasses in various styles and colors stacked up in my mudroom—and every time I leave the house, I have to take a minute to select the goodrs that best match my outfit and/or mood.  But with so many different ones to choose from, you just can’t stop at one.

While goodrs are more expensive than the sunglasses that I’ve been known to buy in bulk at the dollar store (because I’m a mom—so lost/broken sunglasses are just part of life), at just $25, OGs so much cheaper than the usual running sunglasses—and they’re worth every penny.  In two years, I’ve never broken a pair—and they come with a soft drawstring case that doubles as a cleaning cloth, so my sunnies are always neat and scratch-free.

If you’re looking for a new pair of shades for those long walks on the trail—something that will protect your eyes without moving or sliding or making those heavy-glasses dents on your nose—check out a pair of OGs.  Not only will they keep the sun from blinding you, but they’ll make you look pretty cool, too. 


Kristin has been hitting the trail (or the treadmill) for a walk almost every day for the past several years, and she recently completed her first half marathon. She loves sunny fall days, cushy walking shoes, and coconut caramel iced coffee from Dunkin.

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