I only ride when in daylight. With that said, I wear prescription progressives Ray Ban sunglasses that have a very wide lens and are curved back. Keeps the wind and bugs out of eye area. Not sure if they come in clear or photo-grey lens, but worth the time to ask. Good luck!
Edited by: LUVS2BIKE101 at: 9/22/2013 (22:26)
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Can anyone give me advice on how to figure out how to go about getting prescription glasses?
I currently wear progressive prescription glasses ... and while good for general wear...for cycling it ...SUCKS! Wind, dirt, bugs...they all get in my eyes.
I was debating getting contacts....but am really wanting prescription glasses. But after visiting my local bike shop I am still confused. What do I look for? How do I know if a fit is good????
And ... I ride a lot in the early morning when it is dark...does lens color matter a lot? When I go to websites ... even when I type in "cycling" ... it shows me glasses that look like...well, not road bike glasses....I am soooooo confused!
Any advice appreciated.
(sheesh, I can fix things on my bike....but as to cycle gear I am totally clueless....ack!)
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