- Endura Piranha/Trigger Glasses
I've done half a dozen rides with a set of the Pirhanas so far – plus points are that they're quick to react to light and shade, they give decent protection against the breeze for my contacts and they seem fairly robust. Minusses are that they don't go fully clear and they seem to mist up quite easily – haven't tried the washing up liquid trick yet though. They may be a bit on the wide side for you though – about 140mm from side to side of the frame. I'm happy enough with them for the money – got fed up with safety spex and didn't want to splash big money on Oakleys etc.Posted 7 years agothepuristSubscriber
If you were in deep Beech woodland on a dull day then they might be a little dark, but I've not had a problem so far & have done a couple of evening rides in some of the more covered bits of swinley with no hassle. Yep they mist up when i stop, but sweating is the one thing i can do well on a bike.Posted 7 years ago
Does anyone have any experiance/opinions of the endura photochromic Lens used in these glasses. I need some sunglasses that I can use in/out of woods & these seem to be the best value around. Other suggestions on makes of glasses would be appreciated. I have a narrow face so don,t want a wide pair of sunglasses.Posted 7 years agoAnditukMember
I've got Piranhas and agree with thepurist, they do react well, but they're neither as dark as my oakleys or fully clear for really dark stuff. And they do tend to mist up and get moisture forming around the top.
Still the first glasses I pick up every ride though, they still work perfectly for 99% of conditions, which is better than any normal glasses.Posted 7 years ago
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