Blur Optics Whiplash Eyewear

2.5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $49.95

Product Description

Provides streamline design that maximizes visibility while remaining light.

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Dylan Wood a Cross Country Rider from Taos, New Mexico

Date Reviewed: January 22, 2002

Strengths:    nice to look at, quality feel, very strong and versitile. great case, free!

Weaknesses:    no interchangable lenses, a bit large, 'arm" screw loosens occasionally.

Bottom Line:   
great for the price (retail), if they fit your face they should work great. for customer relations go through oneal racing, or Azonic.

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Favorite Trail:   south boundary/ porcupine (moab)

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Purchased At:   sponsor

Similar Products Used:   oakley

Bike Setup:   Trek fuel w/ Icon riser bars.

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by Mike a Racer from Manila,Philippines

Date Reviewed: May 16, 2001

Strengths:    Nice design and color.

Weaknesses:    The arms always gets on hook when pulling out from the cloth bag. The screw "ALWAYS LOOSENS".

Bottom Line:   
You have to carry precision tools with you when you ride. You shouldnt lose the arm coz you're gonna get pissed sending mail and asking for a support. No parts available for this sh!t. No warranty sh!t on this either. Not even a single response from them. GOOD LUCK TO BLUR!

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $45.00

Purchased At:   Manila

Similar Products Used:   Oakley eye jacket, Shimano, Killer loop

Bike Setup:   GT LTS

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Anyone ever whiplash themselves?

Because I managed to... Yesterday I was riding with a group. There was a new trail, with a brand new jump. Of course we all had to try it. Admittedly, I'm not a super talented bike jumper and not super comfy on bigger stuff (greater than 3-4 ft. off the ground) Well, I landed said jump, bu ... Read More »

Realistic Recovery time from Whiplash, etc...

Did a major endo during an XC race yesterday. Head hit (helmet broke on impact), face hit (two broken teeth, contusions on cheek/temple/top of head), right shoulder smashed into the ground, right thigh has a deep bruise. I was very fortunate that the neck/head injury wasn't worse than it was. H ... Read More »

Whiplash injury recovery...

Note to self - when you fell on the trail on October, and your head snapped back so hard that your helmet hit your REALLY should have seen the doctor especially when your neck started swelling 2 days later. NOT put it off for a solid month because it was just "muscular"... So, after x- ... Read More »

Riding with whiplash

I Have been diagnosed with whiplash (loss of curvature in the cervical spine). As a result my neck goes out on rides that I used to hammer (very frustrating). In addition, my middle to upper back along the thoracic become very painful within 24 hours after a ride. I am now working on curve restorati ... Read More »

Dice Whiplash, good brakes?

Hi All, Looking at getting a VT and it has some Dice Whiplash brakes on it. Can't seem to find much info out there on them, are they a good brake? I dont plan on anything too downhill, so they wont have to put up with alot of stress. Thoughts? Thanks SchmoRead More »

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