* Comes with interchangeable smoke, persimmon, and clear anti-fog treated, impact-resistant polycarbonate lenses.
* Flexible earpieces conform well when used with full-face and open-face helmets.
* Earpieces can be swapped out with a secure, goggle-style strap for aggressive riding in “skid lid” half-shell style helmets.
* Removable brow “sweat buster” layer.
* For eyeglass wearers: snap-in prescription lens frame included. Take it to your ophthalmologist, have your Rx inserted, and leave your contacts at home!
* Includes semi-rigid case with lens storage sleeves, and a microfiber cleaning cloth.
These kept slipping off, so I put on the headband that comes with them. That was okay, but I had to cut the headband around where my ears are so that it wouldn't push my ears out and make me look more stupid that I already do. This then created a lot of pressure (even after I tried adjusting the tension/length of the headband). The rubbery nose bridge part literally left bruises on my nose. I was pretty surprised by that. However, still, I must say that I didn't feel uncomfortable in them after 80+ miles out on the road. Just a lot of pressure.
Second, the quality:
(The good.) The visual quality is great, and I seriously can't imagine that paying hundreds of dollars more improves visual acuity "at all" . . . not even a little bit. I hear and read about distortion issues, but seriously, you'd have to be buying worthless sunnies from the gas/petrol station to get that sort of problem. In reality, I only encounter poor visual quality in cycling sunglasses as a "fear" and not as an experience. Maybe there is someone with a bad pair somewhere, if so then you just went too cheap or didn't read any reviews.
(The bad.) My pair broke on about the fourth time I wore them. I noticed right away that one has to be careful with the lenses when switching them out. I thought that with my being careful everything would be fine, but it turns out that it must be stressing the frame just too much and so as I was switching out the lenses, the frame just cracked. I put some superglue on it, but the crack just reopened during the ride. I'd say I am a fairly careful person when it comes to that sort of thing, wasn't in a rush, or anything, so I was surprised and bummed by the fact that they broke with not much force being applied.
I wish these were going to last, I can deal with the fit issue and all that, since they were in the end good sunnies. However, I almost always get bitten when I try to find some cheap way out of something. So, I figure I just need to bite the bullet and step up my game to a better known brand that has some legacy quality I can rely on.
PROS: Good price and options, Foam windsweat barrier, Good lenses no distortion
CONS: Poor Fit, Weak
PROS: Great for RX wearers, Multiple Lenses, Modular
PROS: Great Value, Good vision
CONS: Frame broke
CONS: They Fog Up Easy, The Lenses Scratch Easily, Hard To Switch Lenses
Well worth the money! - Paul Sheehan
1 year ago
PROS: Good Storage Case, cheap, Look The Business, Strap Options, 3 Coloured Lenses
BEST USES: Looking cool, Eye protection
PROS: Inexpensive, Everything included
PROS: Multiple Shades Of Lens, Rx Insert Was Included, Block Wind And Dust, Easy to change lens, Good Fit, Look good
CONS: No instructions
Remove the arms and the outer lenses and the prescription glasses will snugly fit inside the average sized ski googles for those also into winter sports.
CONS: Arms don't mould, Weak Hinge
BEST USES: snow boarding, Mountain biking, Skiing
Great idea of the exchanging glasses very useful.
PROS: Wrap around design, Lens clarity
PROS: tons of extras, Comfortable, Full protection
PROS: Good Visibility With Lens, cheap
even great price
PROS: Cool accessories, Great Optics And Fit, Easy to change lens
CONS: None yet
PROS: 3 lenses, Elastic band, Bandsarms, Bandarms
CONS: bit flimsy
PROS: Looks good, Shades Your Eyes From The
CONS: No Instructions On Lense
BEST USES: Mountain biking, Road biking
PROS: Light Weight, Eye brow rubber strip, Decent price, The head strap
CONS: Nose piece, Anti-fog doesn't work
BEST USES: Mountain biking, Commuting, Road rides
PROS: carying case, Multiple Lenses
CONS: lens distortion
BEST USES: Eye protection, Cycling
the biggest issue with dual lens style frames like this is how much of a pain it is to clean them lenses. you have to remove the outer tinted lens to clean both sides of it and then clean the inner lenses. there's twice as many surfaces to get dirty and since it's a pain to remove the outer lenses, you tend to wait longer than normal to clean them. the inner lens holder snapped in an unfixable manner without even ever being dropped or in a bike wreck. i was bummed to only make it until may in these frames...8 months with a few of those months being in the winter without many rides.
if you dont need the script part, these frames are fine, but i'd look elsewhere as there are far better options.
4 months ago
CONS: Very Hard To Change Lense, Not Well Made, Worthless Accessories, Nose Pieces Fall Off
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