Dragon Blvd Sunglasses

Priced: $62.97 - $89.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Dragon Blvd Sunglasses
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Color: Jet Grey
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You love to enjoy the sights and sounds of the boulevard on foot. You never know whether you're going to see movies stars, hookers, or movie stars with hookers. The minimalist Dragon BLVD Sunglasses hide your gaze, so feel free to stare all you want.


  • Acetate Frame Material


  • 5 Barrel Stainless Steel Hinge
  • 6 Base CR-39 lens
  • Wire Core temples
  • 100% UV protection

This deep-pocketed, old school chopper style frame features thinner temples for a minimalist vibe and is wrapped in high quality, hand formed Acetate.

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Dragon Blvd Sunglasses Review:


These sunglasses are Made in Japan. Who makes their glasses in Japan anymore? Seriously sick.
The weight is not lightweight; it has a solid, high quality feeling weight to it. Not too heavy, but just ideally right.
The frame is made of what I assume is hand-grinded acetate.
There's a full-length wire in the arms.
I got the Polarized Tortoise versions and these are great.
The fit is near perfect. I consider myself to have a pretty wide and flat face, and the arms slide right onto my face perfectly. There are no pressure points, and the fit isn't loose or tight.
The only other sunglasses I've worn that's similar in style to the Dragon BLVD are the Oakley Dispatch's, which is much looser in the fit (e.g. the frame is wider and arms looser) and is not as solid feeling.
The BLVD's came with:
-The original box
-Soft baggy
-1 Sticker

TheJawsome at Backcountry.com on 02/11/2012