No Tail Adjustable
- Regular-end temple with dual bead adjustability
- 100% comfortable cotton
- Customization available
- Made in the USA
- Smallest adjustable length: 10"
- Largest adjustable length: 21"
- Weight without packaging: 0.3 oz.
Have been using Chums since 1986 and only chums. Mike Taggett gave me my first pair when I was rowing baggage boat for Grand Canyon Dories. Love the soft cotton feel and easy to wash. My favorites are the “no tail” but have used all styles. Best thing is they work. If you’ve ever flipped a raft it’s nice to know your glasses are going to still be around and not at the bottom of the river. More than once they have saved my expensive glasses. ⚡️⚡️😎⚡️⚡️
These are not as described. The strap does not adjust to a small enough size to really secure glasses on your head. Even at the smallest size, the strap is still loose and floppy around my head. If you need your glasses to stay put, don't buy this. I have an average size head and an above average amount of hair. I will be trying to return these.
Ever since finding the No-Tail version, I don't have that "fly landing on the back of my neck" feeling I got with the standard retainer. However, when will this product be made in UV-fade-resistant polyester. Cotton is comfortable, but my retainers always look grunge after use and it's not solely from contact with sweat and dirt. The cotton fades horribly and turns brownish. As I will tend to sweat while wearing my sunglasses, these retainers do a great job of keeping my 100% plastic Oakleys from sliding down my nose (no rubber as nose pads or temple sleeves). However, the the cotton does absorb the sweat. When you take off the glasses to towel off, putting them back on wet feels a little gross. Polyester or any other wicking synthetic might be a nice up-charge option for this retainer.
Just received these….. I’ve got a big head and they don’t go any tighter?
What do people do with a normal head?
Am I missing how to tighten these or something ?
Nice product but unable to use, does not fit glasses not wide enough