2009 Model No Longer Available
Anarchy Scathe Sunglasses - 2009 BCS
Slip on the Anarchy Scathe Sunglasses and stop frightening children with your piercing gaze. Their wrapped shape protects unsuspecting youth from your soul-wilting stare while shielding your eyes from UV rays.
- Nylon frame is lightweight and flexible
- Polycarbonate lenses are shatter-resistant and offer 100% UV protection
- Pinstop hinges operate smoothly
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Good Specs, Despite the Kitch
July 30, 2010
Bought these on WM because I needed new a new windscreen for mountain biking. They fit very snuggly (plus), have a low-medium tint (just enough shade in open meadows, not too much deep in the woods), and great coverage (no more twig-in-eye scenarios).
The only negative I have is style. Luckily they aren't the nasty olive-tortoise shell look the pictures show, unfortunately they just sort of come off as diarrhea brown. Furthermore the whole "Anarchy" as a brand thing is just weak, and the "ripped up" sides only exacerbate the situation.
That said-if you are buying for utility these are great shades, 5 out of 5 especially if you pick them up on the cheap. If you are looking for style though . . . I mean I guess if thats your thing, cool, go be yourself, win awards.
Are these mirror tinted? sounds creepy but I don't want people to see where I'm looking
August 7, 2010
No, your creep status cannot be accepted at this time.
August 9, 2010
June 6, 2010
I picked these up quick at the WM/DoG site. Realized after I hit the button these are Camo, not tortoise. Not caring for Camo stuff I was a bit bummed. When they arrived they actually looked like a pretty dark tortoise with some olive green accent. Perfect! Way better than tortoise!
Let me explain, I was looking for shades with a green or brown lens (these are green, purchased a different pair with brown) for mountain biking. Usually go with black frames and grey lenses, but green is better for popping contrast and seeing terrain changes. Not a fan of tortoise, but that is typically where the brown or green lenses seem to be.
These were great- darker than tortoise, didn't look like I was about to go on a combat mission, and the green lens did let in more light than my grey lenses, and did, as advertised, pop the contrast on the terrain better than the grey lenses. Will probably use them for driving too. I think the pictures on the site, and Anarchy's too, were taken on a light box and the semi-transparent greens look a lot lighter than in real life. And BTW- good wind coverage too.
If you mountain bike and don't care for the geeky multi-lens roadie choices, the current price makes these a no brainer.
Had a couple of communications with WM too. Fast responses, cool people, were kind enough to correct my mistake on the order. All good.