- Riding glasses (photochromic)
Have put a few rides on the Oakley Prizm now. They’re great in bright conditions but we’ve been riding until sunset and for the last few runs they’re too dark – makes me appreciate how good Photochromics are in the UK. The Prizm will be great through summer but I think I’m going to end up wearing the Endura Masai through winter.
However, the Oakleys have made me appreciate the contrast improvement of coloured lenses. Why is no-one doing photochromic with an orange tint anymore? What happened to the (excellent) Adaptalight lenses that Specialized were using?Posted 3 months agocsbMember
I’ve been using a paid of Oakley Flakjackets with prescription oakley black photochromic lenses (200 quid or so for the lenses) for about 3 years.
In steady light they’re great but they are very slow to adapt if you go from bright sunshine into dark woods, leaving you struggling to see.
Does anyone else suffer this?Posted 3 months ago
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