Great Smoky Mountains

$30

lens typeMirrored Reflective Lenses
head sizeFor Regular Heads need wider?
best useBest for Road, Trail, or Taco Runs

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lens typeMirrored Reflective Lenses
head sizeFor Regular Heads need wider?
best useBest for Road, Trail, or Taco Runs

GOODR IS PROUD TO SUPPORT THE NATIONAL PARK FOUNDATION

The great beauty of America’s national parks...is now available...FOR YOUR FACE! Nine stunning sunnies! All inspired by a different national park! Good for hiking, kayaking, climbing, and...stuffing s’mores into your face after sipping...whatever beverage you put into your canteen.

Made For


running

Great For


beasting

biking

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

1 NO SLIP

We use special grip coating to construct our frame to help eliminate slippage when sweating.

2 NO BOUNCE

Our frame is snug and light-weight, with a comfortable fit to prevent bouncing while running.

3 ALL POLARIZED

Glare-reducing, polarized lenses and UV400 protection that blocks 100% of those harmful UVA and UVB rays.

4 NO LEOPARDS

Plus, no one wearing goodr running sunglasses has ever been attacked by a leopard (as far as we know).

Frames tech
NATIONAL PARKS FOUNDATION GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS SUNGLASSES

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS


Did you know that Great Smoky Mountains National Park is THE most biodiverse park in our national parks system?! It's so diverse, you may even spot a flamingo there! (We're talking about goodr CEO, Carl the Flamingo. DUH. It's one of his favorite places to visit.)

Over 19,000 species have been identified in the park, and scientists believe that an additional 80,000-100,000 species may live there. (We don't know about you, but our mind immediately thinks "Sasquatch" when we hear this.)

goodr is proud to support the National Park Foundation with the release of these Great Smoky Mountains-inspired sunnies. (Rumor has it, they're great for spotting 'squatches.)

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Polarized 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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