To Dye Fore

$25

lens typeNon-Reflective Lenses
head sizeFor Regular Heads need wider?
best useHigh Contrast for Ball Spotting

 

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lens typeNon-Reflective Lenses
head sizeFor Regular Heads need wider?
best useHigh Contrast for Ball Spotting

 

JEEPERS CREEPERS

Your threads are freaky deaky. That's why the man's giving you a hairy eyeball. Check out this groovy gear in our shaggin' wagon: To Dye Fore golf sunglasses! These far-out tye-dye-patterned frames turn dorks into casanovas, jive turkeys into foxy mamas, and space cadets into stone-cold foxes. No rip-off. It's sound to the pound. Dig it, closet disco queen. Peace, love, and granola. Something, something, something, 1970s.

Made For


golfing

running

Great For


biking

NO SLIP. NO BOUNCE. ALL POLARIZED. ALL FUN.™️

1 FLAMINGO EYE™ TECHNOLOGY

Polarized lenses enhance the colors on the course so you can see your ball as you sink your hole in one (or go OB...)

2 NO SLIP

We use special grip coating to construct our frame to help eliminate slippage when sinking that flamingo putt.*
*Flamingo is the new universally accepted official term for bogey.

3 NO BOUNCE

Our frame is snug and lightweight with a comfortable fit to prevent bouncing while you’re swinging out of your shoes.

4 NO SQUIRRELS

No one wearing these has ever had a squirrel do donuts in a golf cart on the fairway while trying to chip it onto the green.

Frames tech
to dye fore golf polarized sunglasses pink tye dye print

ONCE UPON A TIME


The stereotypical golfer wore a baggy polo shirt, an argyle sweater vest, and tight garish plaid pants.
Ew.
But today, golfers are style icons. Fairway fashionistas! Divot divas! Putting prima donnas! Mulligan models! Hole out couture!
And these new golfing sunglasses are absolutely...
To Dye Fore

Polarized non-reflective Lens Tech

Goodr sunglasses have metal screws that can potentially expose you to nickel. Nickel is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

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