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Best Polarized Cycling Glasses????(4 posts)

Best Polarized Cycling Glasses????robocomp
Jul 24, 2003 9:19 PM
Any links or suggestions would be helpful..I have a pair of polarized Waverunners and think they are exceptional but not exactly cycling wrap type glasses. Does anyone have an opinion on how well Oakley (or other cycling glasses) glasses such as M frame type work compared to others that are polarized??? thanks
re: Best Polarized Cycling Glasses????wookieontherun
Jul 24, 2003 9:48 PM
I have a pair of Smith Sequel as well as a pair of Smith Slider 01's each of which I have polarized lenses for. I wanted glasses that i could change the lenses out of for different conditions as well as a pair that wouldn't be shot if i destroyed one pair of lenses. I love both of these and for their versatility each was cheaper than getting what would be 3 different pairs of oakley's for all the lenses. The major difference I found was that the Sequel's I find don't fog as much as my sliders.
re: Best Polarized Cycling Glasses????GregGil
Jul 25, 2003 8:03 AM
I recommend the Rudy Project Kerosene. I have the Racer Red lenses good for dull days, Polorized Grey good for sunny days, and Lazer Blue good all around but not Polorized. Several tour guys are wearing the same glasses and lenses. Check them out if you are interested... www.rudyproject.com
I think you'll findMel Erickson
Jul 25, 2003 8:13 AM
Alot of people wearing Rudy Project sunglasses and they make polarized lenses that are interchangeable in most of their styles. Rudy Project seems to be a popular choice for a variety of reasons. Very adjustable, good optics, good style, lots of options, lots of models, good prices.