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Spec wearers question - sunglasses with....

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Interchangeable lenses that take clip in prescription lenses. Any recs?

Currently using Adidas ones that are quite old and if it gets a bit clammy the clip iins lense steam because there is so little gap between them and the sunglass lens.

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Timc wrote:

I use Rock Bros cycling sunglasses, 2 interchangeable lenses, photochromic and polarised plus prescription lens holder/insert. £15 from Ebay. Good enough for when weather conditions allow sunglasses.
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I used to use the Adidas ones but found the prescription inserts sat too close to my eyes so my eyelashes brushed them when blinking. How about trying a helmet with a visor? Worked well for my father.
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@Gordyjh, I presume you get interchangeable visors for different light conditions.
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I used some Oakley Eyejackets, later Twenties with prescription lenses - perfect in every way. I went over to the dark side so now I'm a contact lens/Goggle wearer. Great option if the O/H can wear them - cheap daily disposables.


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@Layne, I think he wore normal glasses in dull light and sunglasses in bright & the visor was clear.
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@Layne, my visor is photochromatic - well, so they claim. Confess it's never been a problem, but I'm not necessarily convinced!
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I went Goggles with prescription inserts, 2 facias for light or dark conditions. Worked very well and didn't fog up at all.
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I use poc cornea with photochromatic lense and prescription inserts from prescriptioninsert.com (I have also bought normal specs from there sister website spex4less). Seam to do the job.
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I was reading (again) a 2017 copy of Fall line this morning and came agorss these in the accessories guide. Seem to do it, interchangeable, and have class compatible frame.

https://www.pandaoptics.co.uk/product-page/diablo-limited-edition
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I have Rudy Project Rydon which is good for people with smallish faces. I haven't used them for skiing yet but they are very good for running/biking and everyday use. I recommend getting a mirrored lens which will hide the prescription clip on. I also have the racing red lens which is great for everything except strong sun. They also do photochromatic lenses and high impact unbreakable ones.
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