Kaenon Georgia SR91

Priced: $124.99 - $223.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 30 reviews.
Kaenon Georgia SR91
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The Kaenon Women's Georgia Polarized Sunglasses sport a retro-inspired frame that complements Kaenon's performance-fit and superior optics. The Georgia Sunglasses' TR-90 frame fits a wide range of face shapes with a stylishly oversized wraparound design. Kaenon gave the Georgia Sunglasses easy-care SR-91 polarized lenses to protect your eyes from glare whether you're on the road, trail, or the water. Rock some shades that are as fashionable in a café as they are technical on a trail.


  • Kaenon is a performance luxury brand that was created by the engineering of new proprietary materials and quality construction for a breath of fresh air in your eyewear.


  • A true Luxury Performance fashion frame that fits a wide range of female face shapes with a stylishly oversized, wrapped and boxy, frame front.
  • Made in Italy, Georgia is molded out of TR-90 which provides superior fit and comfort.


  • TR-90 Grilamid frames are lightweight, flexible and engineered against breakage.


  • Georgia is sold with a hard case.
  • Georgia is a fashion-driven piece that is at home on the beach and sea-side cafés of California or urban trend-centers of New York or Milan.
  • With Kaenon's proprietary SR-91 polarized lenses, Georgia will beg you to go outside and play &#8211
  • G-12 (12%) Darkest grey lens (blocks 88% of visible light). Performs best in bright, full sun conditions.
  • Sleek, clean and curved temples are adorned with polished Kaenon jewel icons that identify this Kaenon Polarized original design.
  • protecting your eyes and skin with a statement of style.
  • The performance of proprietary SR-91 lenses offer glare resistance, 100% UV protection and shatter resistance that is the gold standard.
Look oh so divine with the retro-inspired design of the Georgia™ from Kaenon Polarized™.
A true Luxury Performance™ fashion frame that fits a wide range of female face shapes with a stylishly oversized, wrapped and boxy, frame front.
Georgia is a fashion-driven piece that is at home on the beach and sea-side cafés of California or urban trend-centers of New York or Milan.
G-12™ (12%) darkest grey lens (blocks 88% of visible light). Performs best in bright, full sun conditions.
B-12™ (12%) lens.
Made in Italy, Georgia is molded out of TR-90® which provides superior fit and comfort.
The Georgia Polarized Sunglass from Kaenon is an active performance shade with a feminine twist, featuring contemporary vintage styling and the modern durability of proprietary TR-90 grilamid construction - for hard hitting durability that can always keep up with you. These elegant fashion inspired accessories were engineered to be shatter and break proof, with oversized looks in a small frame and the unique razor-sharp optics of SR-91 vision.


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Bridge:11 mm
Frame Width:138 mm
Lens Height:39 mm
Lens Width:62 mm
Temple Length:124 mm
Weight:1.08 oz
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Kaenon Georgia SR91 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Love love love these sunglasses! I have tried more sunglass styles, brands, etc than I could ever count (Oakley, Smith...) and this is literally the first pair that fits me. I always have issues with the temple length and either the glasses sit on my ears and then don't rest flush on my nose or the other way around. So just finding a pair that fits was a great feat, but these Kaenon's are amazing in every other way! The other reviewers have all raved about the optics and I couldn't agree more. They are unlike anything I have worn before. My eyes are very sensitive to sunlight so I needed a pair I could wear on those overcast or snowy but bright days and these are perfect. The don't make everything dark, they just cut the glare (guess that's what polarized glasses are supposed to do!). And on top of everything else, they are stylish too, an added bonus. Tried a couple other styles but they were all way to large. These are perfect, slightly oversized, wraparound. Never thought I would spend so much on sunglasses but these are worth every penny!

lsb2839809 at Backcountry.com on 10/18/2009

I've been asked before what the piece of gear is that I simply would NOT be able to live without, it's my Kaenon's. I own four pair. You've never seen your world this crisp and clear, and you've probably never looked as cool or been as comfortable as you will be in Kaenon's. The Georgia is a full frame, but not sight limiting like some wrap arounds. Yes, they are stylish, but the most functional pair of shades I've ever owned. I was introduced to Kaenon's in the sailing world, they are amazing at reducing glare on the water and for anyone who spends time in the white fluffy stuff, they are superb for you too! They fit well with my helmet, skiing or biking, and despite how hard I try to scratch them...failure. There isn't a scratch on my Georgia's yet and they are almost a year old. Go ahead, check out the world through a Kaenon lens - you won't be sorry you did!

Collette Vaughan at Backcountry.com on 07/15/2008

These are amazing. Never thought I'd pay ~$200 on sunglasses, but I guess that's around the same price for a good pair of glasses (for those of us who are near-sighted). These things made my Oakleys look like child's play, for two reasons. (1) While my Oakleys (non-polarized) just made things look darker/gray-er, these Kaenons (gray lens) made things look darker yet somehow still bright. It's odd how the Kaenon gray lens still looked copper-ish compared to the Oakley gray lenses. The Kaenon therefore had better contrast. (2) As everybody else said, Kaenons have superior lens clarity. After I got used to my Kaenon, looking through my Oakley felt like looking out of a dirty windshield. Had to give up my Oakley shades, now just wear Kaenon Georgia. As for look, it's really personal preference. The Georgia is larger (lenses and temple width) than the Porter and it has a lot of attitude.

CaliAtHeart at Backcountry.com on 08/15/2009

Janelle Smiley and her husband, Mark, set out to successfully climb the 50 climbing all of the routes made famous by the iconic book, “Fifty Classic Climbs of North America.” This journey will take them up more than 164,000 vertical feet of technical terrain and bring them across 25,000 miles of North American roads as they travel to each destination.
Janelle grew up climbing, skiing and playing in the mountains of Colorado. Her hunger for snow adventures has taken her to Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, France and Italy where she explored and worked as a skiing instructor.
Janelle’s noteworthy accomplishments include:
Events & Ski School Director, Crested Butte Nordic Center
Wilderness EMT
5.11 Lead Rock Climber
Randonee, Running & Mountain Bike Racer
2011 US Ski Mountaineering Champion
Janelle Smiley wears Soft Kore and Georgia.

Stacy Newton at Backcountry.com on 08/29/2011

I am behind the wheel all day in my sales job. Usually I am all about fashion---- sporting my Tom Ford's. I was looking for some polarized sunglasses that would wrap around my face when I am behind the wheel so afternoon sun would not filter in like it does when I wear my Tom Fords. I thought it was impossible to find function and fashion in one pair of glasses. I no longer feel this way since ordering my Georgia's. They are very face flattering and fashionable, but also are very comfortable and keep the sun off your face! Only wish was that the green pair I ordered was a bit more green...looks more like dark gray when worn on the face.

sha2667998 at Backcountry.com on 01/07/2009

These lenses are great! No squinting through your sunnies in these--they really cover and cut the glare. I have a narrow face and it's always hard to find a pair of sunnies that won't slip or look too big, but these are perfect - almost tight. So,definitely avoid if you have a larger face. Only complaint is that the lenses get smudged really easily, much more so than my Spy's or Smith's.
Recently on steepandcheap as a total steal. Had to get another pair (white), which wrap around so nicely, I actually wear them riding. Alywas get compliments whenever wearing the white or the tobacco olive.

stellaeme1345350 at Backcountry.com on 11/01/2012

Kaenon lenses are the BEST LENSES available!!!
If you have ever worn glass lenses you know what good optics should LOOK like, but if you are used to wearing polycarbonate (what Smith, Oakley, Maui and others use) then you have NO idea how good it really can be!!! These lenses blow the competition away and you will never want to wear anything else! And the Georgia style... AMAZING FIT. I love these glasses and could not live with out them!

Stacy Newton at Backcountry.com on 02/11/2009

I mean, these are serious sunglasses. I have been wearing Oakley for the past ten years and was happy. I am a watersports woman and need some good quality lenses. So imaginary my surprise putting these on, the polarized lenses are just SO much more superior to Oakley glasses. I will never wear anything else. I bought the green frame and they look stylish too. Thumbs up for those!

Dorte at Backcountry.com on 08/25/2012

A professional whitewater kayaker, Christie Glissmeyer is a World Record holder and kayaking champion. While working as a raft guide in college, Christie was exposed to the world of kayaking. Since then, she has had numerous 1st place finishes at competitions across the globe and also set the Women’s World Waterfall Record at 82 ft. in Metlako Falls, Oregon.
Christie Glissmeyer wears Eden, Calais, Georgia and Basis.

Stacy Newton at Backcountry.com on 08/29/2011


Jamie Richards at Backcountry.com on 09/17/2009

Negative Reviews:

Until the hardcoating went bad, I literally "bought" into the hype that the lenses were great etc... They are simply hard resin, not the best material, and I didn't appreciate having to pay the freight to have them replaced. I realized the Georgia frame is one of Kaenon's cheapest to make and I don't see how other comparable brands cost $100 less and hold up better. This is my second and last pair.

sara w at Backcountry.com on 06/11/2013