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|Posté le: Sam 8 Juil - 04:16 (2017) Sujet du message: Oakley supplies didn’t help
|When I started taking on rides over 100 miles, I found myself using increasingly lighter lenses on my oakley flak jacket canada. That assured me that if conditions took a turn for the worse that I could still see and keep my eyes protected.Of course, that also meant that in very bright, midday light I was stressing my eyes unnecessarily. I would sometimes feel a headache coming on. At times I resorted to putting on a cap under my helmet to shade myself. On hot days, this wasn’t a great solution, though.
Then, a package arrived at the Velo offices. Inside was a pair of oakley holbrook polarized canada with Transitions photochromatic lenses. These lenses go from virtually clear to black iridium (mirrored) tint.I’m not sure why it never occurred to me to try these sooner. Simply put, for me, they work exceptionally well. I’ve ridden in them at night, during early morning hours, in bright sunlight and overcast conditions and they always seem to be perfectly tinted. No squinting. No taking them off when riding into shade.
I did run into one small issue. In the past I’ve worn many larger glasses and on long, fast descents I find that the oakley turbine sunglasses cheap let more air hit my eyes. Playing with the different nosepieces that Oakley supplies didn’t help. Oakley Radars, Giro Havik 2’s and Rudy Project Rydons all seem to keep my eyes from watering on fast descents a bit better.
But if long, fast descents aren’t in your ride repertoire, oakley sunglasses canada outlet are a great set of glasses. They’re likely to fit smaller faces well too. Fortunately Oakley also offers Transition lenses in its other popular models (Radar, Jawbone, Split Jacket, Fast Jacket and M-Frame).With Oakley’s Transition lenses I have found the solution to my epic-ride eyewear issues. I used the Flak Jacket XLJ glasses at the Dirty Kanza where I never took them off during the 17-hour long event
Anthony D McKenney