Reviewed By David D (LAKE WORTH, FL) —10/13/2016 2:58 AM
Fits great and has a quality feel
Reviewed By William B (Wichita Falls, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —7/22/2016 8:27 PM
Easy to install. Easy to use. I would like better if it was cut to go behind the mirror. It seems to me heat is trapped between the shade and windshield. This lets excessive heat escape into the cab. It would fit closer to the windshield behind the mirror, thus not trap heat. However, take into account I'm judging this by 100+ Texas temps. This is a very attractive, high quality sun shade. It's much better fighting the fold up screens or not use a screen.
Reviewed By Sheryl M (COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA) Reviewed for a 2014 Subaru Impreza —6/27/2016 10:20 AM
Was easy to install, and is working great(I actually did not receive Hawaiian print, mine was plain), but with continuous 100 degree weather did not want to send back. Had previously purchased another brand, however the brackets did not adhere to windshield, even after cleaning with alcohol and acetone, Am very happy with these.
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