- Clear lens glasses
I was exactly the same. I bought these a few weeks back. Been great so far for £16.
Posted 4 years agolegendMember
monkeychild – Member
I refuse to pay Oakley prices for some clear lenses for my half jackets, so what are a good set of clear lenses glasses???
Oakley are around £40 aren’t they? Not exactly wild, and make sure that any safety glasses have UV protection (if you care about such things) as the information can be a bit ropeyPosted 4 years agosparrowcarMember
Mrs Sparrowcar brought loads of these home for me from a new store opening she was working on. I just throw them out as they get damaged and use a new pair. Fit nice and snug.Posted 4 years agojonbaMember
+1 for Revant here too – great lenses, better than Oakley price
UV protection – aren’t all polycarb lenses inherently UV protective?
Bolle definitely are. Looked into it for professional reasons a few years back.
I prefer the bolle style to the 3m style. I find they are not as close a fit so do not steam up as easily.Posted 4 years agocollinstiffeeMember
to be honest, the extra money spent gives better materials and optics. I guess you are looking for something that is neutral and doesn’t alter focal points.Posted 4 years ago
When i was working in the lab we always got the better quality lab glasses. admittedly they were only £15 as opposed to a fiver. 🙂NorthwindSubscriber
It’s harder to make a shatterproof lens that isn’t UV resistant than one that is, most of the good materials are inherently uv opaque. It’s all just marketing bollocks, for cycling glasses, doubly so since we don’t even have that much UV exposure in the first place. If you think you need UV protection to ride a bike, you should wear it whenever you’re outside.
Bolle BL10s here, no distortion that I’ve ever noticed, rather easy to scratch the lens but they cost nowt.Posted 4 years ago
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