- Ladies… what riding specs? (clear, non-perscription)
G/f was moaing about fly’s getting into her eye at the weekend (1st ride of the year), though she throughly recommends getting your butt measured at a specialized shop, and buying the right ‘sized’ seat.
So after the works safety glasses were blown out of the water (hey there ok for us blokes), what would you recommend?
Stylish without major expense would be good.Posted 8 years agodominoSubscriber
I have some older Smith glasses also with interchangeable lenses. The new ones have a natty lense system where you twist the leg to change the lenses. The new range seems to have plenty of different styles – Toaster is the one they seem to recommend as a small fit frame. Only problem is you don’t often see them in the UK (mrdomino ordered mine from somewhere in France, I think).Posted 8 years agoebygommMember
Another not cheap option, I wear Oakley Half Jackets. Not found anything else that fits. M frames are far too big for me, doesn’t matter which lenses the actually frame won’t stay on my head whilst riding. Before resorting to expensive glasses I bought some cheap ones with interchangeable lenses from the Tchibo stuff at Sainsburys. Same problem, too big and won’t stay on my head.
After losing my 3rd pair of half jackets 🙁 I looked around for a cheaper option but with no success.Posted 8 years ago
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