Cycling Glasses. Any Recommendations?

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Cycling Glasses. Any Recommendations?

Postby miurasv » Sat Jun 13, 2009 00:20 am

Looking to buy a pair of glasses and wondered which ones were the best to get. Not looking to spend lots of money on them but do want good quality. Any recommendations with their cost? Does spending more money actually get you something really superior? Thanks in advance.

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Postby Sicknote » Sat Jun 13, 2009 00:26 am

Hi
Have a lookhere for more info and it might help if you tried to search before posting :)

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Postby miurasv » Sun Jun 14, 2009 18:35 pm

Sicknote wrote:Hi
Have a lookhere for more info and it might help if you tried to search before posting :)


Thanks for that. I bought a pair of clear Rudy Project Rydon Photochromic Impact X and their great.

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Postby Flasher » Sun Jun 14, 2009 19:58 pm

miurasv wrote:Thanks for that. I bought a pair of clear Rudy Project Rydon Photochromic Impact X and their great.


I bought some yesterday too, very nice 8)

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Postby Sicknote » Sun Jun 14, 2009 21:15 pm

Glad to help as I have got so much from this forum myself :)

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Postby Chip \'oyler » Sun Jun 14, 2009 22:59 pm

You can't go wrong with Oakleys.

Although they are expensive so you might get called a poseur.

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Postby STEFANOS4784 » Sun Jun 14, 2009 23:46 pm

I will recommend not to get the Kuota ones, they seemed like a good buy but i felt about 50 ft in the air with certain lenses, i don't bother i just squint. Hit the brakes a bit when a beastie decides to suicide bomb my eyeball though........

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Postby Gav2000 » Tue Jun 16, 2009 13:18 pm

I got 2 pairs from M&M Sports on the Internet a few weeks ago. They weren't advertised as cycling glasses but they both wrap around and protect my eyes and, best of all, they were under £10 a pair. I think the brand is the charmingly named 'Kangeroo Poo'. I've already dropped 1 pair and sweated profusely over both of them so £10 a pair is enough for me.

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