What you need to know about MTB specific glasses

Return to article
Oakley Prizm Lens

Oakley Prizm Lens

PRIZM Trail lens enhances reds and browns so you can quickly spot sand, rocks, roots and subtle transitions in dirt conditions.

NOTE: There are two ways to comment on our articles: Facebook or Wordpress. Facebook uses your real name and can be posted on your wall while Wordpress uses our login system. Feel free to use either one.

Facebook Comments:

Wordpress Comments:

  • KJ says:

    I do not have a vested interest as to where you put your money, but I do have one for my moneys destination. High dollar name brand glasses are good. I am not saying they are not. But if you are on a budget, read on. Hardware store safety glasses…hmm, do a little in depth study of available products. Try Edge Eyewear or UVEX for very high tech ANSI Z87 and in some cases military standard compliance. Excellent antifog coatings as well. Use them when you mod your bike with power tools or weed wack your over grown grass too, multi use options :) Purchasing a pair of quality safety glasses might even save enough $ to buy a gadget that attaches to your bike. Big plus, your blood pressure will stay low when your kid sits on your glasses or your dog chews them up because you can pull out your second pair that you bought based on experience. As with so many products, including bike frames, glasses are made in the same factories. Of course, not exactly the same and not as unique as one might hope either. I am not affiliated with any safety glass company, but I am trail affiliated with my mountain bikes.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *





mtbr.com and the ConsumerReview Network are business units of Invenda Corporation

(C) Copyright 1996-2018. All Rights Reserved.