Global Vision Kickback 24 - Gafas de sol fotocromáticas acolchadas, talla M a L
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- Global Vision Eyewear Men's Kickback 24 Sunglasses with Photochromic Color Changing Lenses, Clear, Standard
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Lenses transform in sunlight from your choice of either clear to smoke or yellow to smoke;Shatterproof Polycarbonate Lenses with UV400 Filter for Maximum UV Protection and Scratch Resistant Coating;Thick Vented EVA Foam and Rubber Ear Pads;Soft Touch Matte Black Frame;Comes boxed with Micro-Fiber Pouch for Storage and Safe Cleaning
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They glasses work so well for transitions that I almost thought they were broken but after wearing them at night and day I have to say that part works great.
I recently found out my helmet was too big and offered no protection so I stopped wearing it all together while my new one is shipped.
I constantly get debris in my eyes now just riding around town. I never had that problem with my cheap glasses (the ones you can sit/step on) I bought those glasses (sun and yellow) from a scooter shop and do not have the same issue.
I think the foam actually causes a problem. By the time I found out it was too late to send back. I am very upset with this, sure when I get my new helmet I won't have this problem but I would like to be able to hop on the bike w/o a helmet or debris in my eyes for a quick ride to publix for milk .4 miles away from home.
I followed the instructions of putting it the freezer to "activate" whatever chemicals in the lens before I wore it in the sunlight. I think this is bogus, but anyway, I did it so there are no questions as to the claimed effectiveness of the lens. Well, these don't get dark enough to be considered sunglasses in my opinion. They do get a tint that helps but not enough.
I thought of returning them, but I figured that I paid about $10 more for the transition lens that I'd have paid for another pair that doesn't have this feature. So I decided to keep those and not deal with the hassle. They're OK, don't get me wrong--I've been using them, especially at dusk/night when I need protection from wind and bugs. I don't have another pair of transition lenses so I can't compare how dark the others get--but in my opinion I would have like these to become much darker in very bright sun. For shorter trips around town (when I won't speed that much) I wear my regular Rayban with my open face helmet.
Of course, when I wear my full-face helmet, I have no use for these as it has a sun visor in addition to the clear cover.
So, in short, this pair works to keep air and dust out of the eyes, helps with sun a little. Not a good sub for regular sunglasses though.