Wrap frames minimize the effects of wind, snow, and glare Comfortable, durable Grilamid frames Hydrophilic Megol nosepads provide less slippage and more grippage Rugged, resilient stainless steel hinges Techlite lenses with 8 base and 9 base curves 8 base and 9 base lenses equipped with Tapered Lens Technology 100% UV protection
a Weekend Warrior
from Dover, Ohio, USA
Date Reviewed: February 9, 2002
Strengths: Positively the baddest pair of shades you'll ever slap on your grill. They put comparable Oakleys to shame in comfort, fit and durability. Love the rubber pads over the nose and ears to help keep them snug. If you're going to flailing in any sporting activity, you needn't worry about losing them. Once on your face, it takes a hurricane to pry them loose. And the all-important look is second to none.
Weaknesses: Does tend to fog up easily. So comfortable that you'll often forget you're wearing them.
The're last pair of sunglasses you'll buy because you will never want anything else.
a Weekend Warrior
Date Reviewed: December 13, 2001
Strengths: Zippers are comfortable, they have clear distortion free optics that offer no wind resistance and stay in place at any speed. They great looking and come in many colors. I use Zippers for biking, motorcycling without a windsheild, boating and snow skiiing. They are strong and will not bend or break easily. If you leave them at a resturant like I did, they'll go missing very quickly and you'll have to buy another pair. Keep them on your face at all times!!!!!!!!!!!
Weaknesses: Zippers can fog up when you heat up. Keep moving and use Smith anti-fog cloth.
Zippers are the best all around if you want a all day all night comfortable pair of shades. They look especially good in your convertible and come in some great colors, but I chose sliver. They are average priced but all sunglasses seem expensive. If you find a better price email me.
I was finding the zippers on these boots a little stiff or sticky so I sprayed the teeth with silicone lube. LBS owner told me he has used a liquid wax lube on his and that they've had a pair come back with a broken zipper recently. Rumour has it the zipper for next year will be a beefier model. ... Read More »
These bags are real handy for keeping tools and other loose bike things organized. I put mine in my gear bag with all the small things that would normally hide somewhere like inside a shoe.
I found the bags at wallymo for $2.99 in several colors, measuring 12" x 7.5", made tough nylon. They hav ... Read More »
Looking for a casual fit poly short sleeve t-shirt (like the ones many buy at Target for $7.99) but with one or two pockets in back and a zipper.
I'm done wearing tight lycria roadie-type jerseys. And using a small under-saddle bag to carry the tube, multi tool, glueless patches and phone rubs m ... Read More »
I have a really nice snowboard jacket that is just over a year old and the zipper blew out on me. Called the manufacturer and it's no longer under warranty and they pretty much told me that they won't fix it. Last time i buy a jacket from them.
Anyone know of a place where i can take it in and get ... Read More »