- Cycling Glasses – £50
Anyone recommend a pair of glasses for around £50 that resist misting up and preferably have interchangeable lenses? Currently using Endura Stingrays and can no longer prevent misting (used to be ok with the fairy liquid method but this no longer works).Posted 5 years ago
Might be worth investing in some nikwax visorproof- far better than fairy liquid, repels drops too and the wee bottle’ll last a lifetime. Still haven’t found a factory anti-mist coating that works as well as this stuffPosted 5 years agoboxelderSubscriber
TifosiPosted 5 years agorollodesMember
the bolle safety glasses are £10 and never mist. great fit tooPosted 5 years agodeadkennyMember
Madison D’Arcs have interchangeable and not had problems with misting up. £25/30ish with 3 lenses.
Downside however is they scratch easy. Though replacement lenses are available, as are replacement arms etc in case you lose bits or do like I do and drive over them in the car park 😉
I’ve gone through loads of the lenses though so looking at cheap safety type stuff. What I want is something as good as my $10 Wallmart shades I got but clear lenses. Great fit and no misting, doesn’t scratch easy, v.cheap.Posted 5 years agoPriddsSubscriber
Sorry for the hijack. Northwind, but is that visorproof stuff good for the inside of glasses to stop them misting up? All the info just talks about the outside.Posted 5 years ago
Yup, perfect for that.Posted 5 years agojekkylSubscriber
Rollode, which bolle safety glasses, there are loads.Posted 5 years agokarlsbugMember
arco sell loads of bolle glasses, dead cheap and on trend too. Why pay more?Posted 5 years agovmgscotMember
Been using Bolle Contours (£6) this year and see no need to buy anything else now.. no misting while riding but do when stationary…but like every other pair of expensive and/or cheap specs I ever owned.Posted 5 years ago
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