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Solid product at this price point
These are really flexible pair of sunglasses/goggles. They work as everyday sunglasses, work as goggles on the bike, and are great for night riding since the lenses can be swapped out. I prefer the closed cell foam but this has both open and closed cell if you prefer either. No instructions included, and it really feels like you're going to break these the first time you pop the lenses out, but the lenses just pop in and out of the front.
Fog is pretty minor and the lenses actually stay pretty clean despite putting your fingers all over them. I have been using these for a couple weeks now and don't really have any complaints, other than just a little wind getting in above 40 mph or so.
October 27, 2014
This product fits well. Does not fog. Looks great, feels great. Very light weight.
December 9, 2013
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A S asked:hi there, i just purchased my new Harley iron 883 just recently i realized i desperately needed some sunglasses or goggles. i have a 3/4 helmet by BELL and i would like to keep that image. here is the thing....i need my future sunglasses to be prescription or else i am one blind person on the road. definitely looking for sunglasses with straps to wrap around my helmet. I really like to look of this particular model, does it have the capability of being prescription sunglasses? I need advice where to look for such a thing. MikeOct 1, 2014
Lawrence S:I do not suggest these for prescription lenses. The lenses that come with the frames are plastic and are meant to be interchangeable in the frames. I suggest instead that you buy a specific set of frames, perhaps even from an optical store, that have the capability is bring prescription. Oct 2, 2014