Optilabs Loubsol Scorch eyewear review
Optilabs’ design feels a little dated and the Scorch offered relatively little coverage at the lower outer corners, and the arms and nose-bridge are non-adjustable.
We also found that the arms fouled many helmets and felt that the nonprescription models were too expensive compared to others – equivalent to Oakleys?
At £149, though, the single prescription lenses do offer value for money especially if you don’t get on with inserts like adidas’ and Rudy’s.
However, the polarised lenses are very dark, meaning they’re poor in overcast conditions.