Did I tell you I was asked to be an ambassador for our local running store called DNA Athletics?
What does it mean to be an ambassador?
It’s kind of sweet. You get to share their product or services for discounts or samples. It’s great getting a chance to try a product and giving my opinion on it. (And yes, they are usually free to me.)
Yup, it’s awesome testing and sharing things with you all.
DNA Athletics is always there supporting our local races and even provide their own events like runs that end with wine, beer and food! And isn’t that why we run?
They provide Couch to 5K training, hill trainings and Boston Marathon training. And one of the owners, Coach Andy, did a fantastic job with hill work. He made it challenging and fun.
I don’t think I could have finished the Mad Marathon Half in Vermont without this training.
So as you can see they are more than just a store! They are part of our local run club family.
Trying out the Goodr Running Sunglasses
DNA Athletics gave me a pair of Goodr sunglasses to try out. Do you like them?
Each Goodr sunglasses come with their own crazy name. Mine are called “Gardening with the Kraken!”
These Goodr glasses did not disappoint. They were super-light and provided polarized lenses which meant no glare in the sun. Everything did look a little pink which I thought was really pretty. I love looking at the world through rose-colored glasses. 🙂
Seriously though, they do provide UVA and UVB ray protection. There was no squinting with these polarized glasses. They fit comfortably under my headband and didn’t bounce at all.
And I can’t get over the price–$25.00! So if you do lose them or sit on them you won’t feel so bad.
Pros and Cons Time!
- They don’t slip while running
- Offer UV400 protection that blocks 100% of UVA and UVB rays
- Polarized lenses so no glare
- No bouncing
- Super light-weight
- Tons of colors to pick from
- ONLY $25.00!!
- They only come in one frame size
Disclaimer: I was given a pair of the Goodr sunglasses from DNA Athletics to review and see how I like them. As always, all opinions are honest and my very own.
What color sunglasses do you usually wear?