Ryders Sprint Sunglasses. If your heart is pumping and your preferred terrain comprises of mud, rocks, and trees, you need to be wearing Ryders ESSENTIALS series. With optically correct, shatterproof, scratch-resistand polycarbonate lenses your eyes will
Weaknesses: Photochromatic lenses should change to clear at low light levels.
I love these shades. On my first trail ride I stopped for a moment and they fogged up but cleared immediately within 2 pedal strokes. The venting really works. They are very comfortable and stay firmly in place. The only improvement I would suggest for this product is a little more photochromic action. I regularly use these glasses for shaded trail riding and some night riding and would like to see the photochromic lenses change to clear at low light levels. They seem pretty good at the other end of the spectrum at high light levels.
With these glasses on you look like a BIKER not a TOURIST.
Bike Setup: 2004 Specialized Enduro Pro -- Pretty much stock...All XT
from San Jose, CA
Date Reviewed: January 8, 2008
Strengths: This review is for the Photochromic version.
Adjustable no-slip nose bridge pads, great for Asian noses Light adjusting lenses Even dark enough for skiing Sturdy More than fair value at $60 retail
I've always considered glasses a disposable item and didn't want to pay insane prices for more established brands. However, as a contact lens and eyeglass wearer, I could see the quality difference between high end and entry level shades.
Even if I paid retail for these, I wouldn't feel too pissed off if they were scratched, mutilated, or lost in the pursuit of glory.
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