Bolle Parole Eyewear

Bolle Parole Eyewear 

DESCRIPTION

The Parole uses interchangeable lens technology; providing athletes with flexible performance eyewear, and allowing the serious competitor to adapt to ever-changing light conditions. 100% UVA and UVB protection. Lens curve styles wrap your face and protect you from the elements. Hydralon nylon frame material is virtually indestructible and comfortably lightweight. Super strength Thermo-Grip rubber temples and nose pads deliver firm, comfortable adhesion, especially when you sweat. Superior scratch resistance in an ultra-lightweight and virtually shatterproof polycarbonate lens. Includes the Bolle Logo Sports Case. Color: Matte Black

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 15, 2006]
DaveG
Recreational Rider

Strength:

Durable. Reasonably priced - can be found online for ~$50

Weakness:

perhaps not as stylish as some other models

I have used these for better than 3 years. I use these with the presciption insert. After plenty of miles and several drops they still work fine. Fit is good and there is a small amount of tension that keeps them in place. Lenses (I only use the TNS) seem to resist scratches well

Similar Products Used:

Rudy Project, Briko Stinger (both with prescription inserts)

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Aug 18, 2004]
gregario
Recreational Rider

Strength:

Good coverage and protection especially if you wear contact lenses. Easy to change lenses, good optical quality. Inexpensive.

Weakness:

No polarized lenses available, otherwise these would get two sets of five "stars".

These are terrific glasses at a fantastic price. There is one thing however that I can't understand. Why aren't polarized lenses available for these frames and why-oh-why don't more manufacturers routinely make glasses with polarized lenses????? These glasses are great otherwise but if polarized lenses were available I'd snap them up in a second. These glasses provide great coverage, the lenses are easy to change and the lens quality is good. I bought the version that came with four sets of lenses but I've seen these on sale with two sets for as little as $32. A real bargain!

Similar Products Used:

Smith Sliders, Rudy Project Kerosenes(lenses did not provide enough wind protection which is a problem since I wear contacts)

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 01, 2004]
king4wd
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Good fit and protection. Comfort.

Weakness:

Retail is expensive- I got mine on clearance.

Very comfortable, and stylish to boot. I use the vigilante model. Better ventilation than the Performance radials I had been using leads to less lense fogging.

Similar Products Used:

Performance radial & radial II

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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