...I've seen both, but the more experienced riders seem to wear them outside? Yes, no? And why?
My helmet got caught in my sunglasses. I ended up tearing them both off. Glasses got ran over by a bike behind me. Helmet got smooshed by a car passing. I'm nearly blind. Basically, So blind that I couldn't ride home. Had to pull over and call teh rents...soup67 said:as you frantically remove your helmet in an attempt to rid yourself of the bee/wasp/hornet before it stings. Particulalry bad scene when you're riding in a group.
FishrCutB8 said:...I've seen both, but the more experienced riders seem to wear them outside? Yes, no? And why?
Well I think they WERE designed for armstrong... where your number one priority would be to show off that nice O logo.TylerDurden said:my m-frames seem to be specifically designed to make it impossible for them to be worn inside.
Actually it depends on the frames you have and the shape of your head and the thickness of the ear pieces. I have wrap around glasses and they fit under the straps of my helmet more easily than outside. That said, who ever joined the fashion police? There is no rule that says glasses should be worn outside the helmet straps. By the way, I do wear my glasses outside the straps anyway. And just so you know, I properly wear my helmet with the straps tight under my chin with the helmet level on my head.LBK said:FYI, you are suppose to wear them outside.