I have a set of Oakley Half Jacket XLJ with perscription lens and custom coating.Dale said:Need advice on RX sunglasses what the best for cycling? buy online or any know a optician near Milwaukee Wis, that hads prescription sunglasses for cycling
+1 on the Evil Eye. I have the older model (with transition lens also) and they have been very comfortable.123prs said:I recently got a pair of Adidas Evil Eye sunglasses. I got prescription transition lenses, which adjust to the brightness. It is amazing how ell they work. I highly recommend them.
Some of us can not wear contacts. I have a corneal scar that could break open if the contacts irritated it.hoya said:Why not wear contacts under you regular sunglasses? Its much more versatile when riding, you don't have to carry a couple sets of glasses, and you can get whatever sunglasses you want (especially polarized).
Hey, bluebug32 what model glasses do you have?bluebug32 said:A second vote for Zeal. I've been abusing mine for over two years and they've been great. The selling point for me was when I called them to inquire and someone talked me through everything, from finding the best lens tint and frame color to making sure they had enough coverage. They even had a handwritten note included with the glasses when they arrived making sure the tint was dark enough.