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Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by rjdirgo, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. rjdirgo

    rjdirgo New Member

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    I have to wear corrective lenses when I cycle. What is a good brand to use for cycling when you need corrective lenses? I have a pair of Rudy Project Kerosene with an insert and it is so bulky. I would prefer for the correction and glass to be one. Any help. Thanks
     
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  2. alienator

    alienator Well-Known Member

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    You're in luck. Sports Optical will make lenses for your Kerosenes so that you won't need inserts. They've had some good write ups in magazines. I'm actually waiting for them to send me my Kerosenes with dark lenses and clear lenses. I have never got on well with inserts.
     
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    I have used Oakleys for years with prescription. Go to any sunglasses/eyewear store thats also an Oakley dealer and Oakley does it for you. They do a very professional job with the "O" inscribed on the lens just like their regular sunglasses. I have these...
    http://mi.oakley.com/site/media/cache/42050aedf282a.jpg_0_0_0.jpg
     
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