Q: Why are Mshades sunglasses better than other rack style sunglasses?A: For the most part it is because we spend more money on our manufacturing and developing our products. We pride our eyewear on balance, fit and finish as well as the overall look and feel. We work with the best factories to produce a superior product.
Q: What is the MShades lifetime limited warranty?A: MShades Lifetime Limited Warranty:
MShades will warranty any sunglass against manufacturer's defects for the life of the product. MShades will either replace or repair your glasses. To make a warranty claim, mail your sunglasses with a dated proof of purchase to:
Attn: Warranty Dept.
11931 West I-70 Frontage Road North
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
A $7.50 processing fee is assessed for all warranty claims on all sunglasses with the exception of Photomatic styles. Photomatic styles require a $15.00 processing fee. This fee is payable by credit card or check only. Please remember to include your sunglasses. You are encouraged to send your glasses by a traceable method (UPS, FedEx, etc.). MShades is not responsible for lost packages. NOTE: This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear including but not limited to scratched lenses. MShades has the sole discretion to decide what constitutes a manufacturer's defect and what constitutes normal wear and tear. This warranty applies to the original purchaser, and is for US residents only. This warranty does not cover prescription sunglasses.
Substitution of discontinued sunglasses
If you make a claim on a sunglass model that is no longer available, MShades reserves the right to send you a replacement piece of similar style and fit.
Q: What does a polarized lens do?A: A polarized lens has a unique horizontal filter built into the lens. This filter eliminates 99.9% of reflective light commonly referred to as Glare. Glare or reflective light is common in virtually all water situations like boating, fishing etc and some snow situations.
Q: Do Mshades sunglasses have UV protection?A: Yes all of our lenses pass the Governments ANSI Z80.3 standards for general purpose usage, UV light and impact resistance. They are not industrial safety glasses and should not be considered a permanent shield against eye injury.
Q: What is a polycarbonate lens?A: Polycarbonate is a highly impact resistant material that increases impact resistance over the more brittle acrylic lens material.