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Old 04-03-10, 09:05 PM   #1
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Sunglasses

Does someone knows if there exists ( and name if possible ) any cycling sunglasses that goes over regular eyeglasses. Thax por the help, I already searched and nothing came up.
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Old 04-04-10, 08:34 AM   #2
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I'm thinking about these, but have not ordered them yet or had experience with them:

http://www.liveeyewear.com/vistana/

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tag, I use a pair of clip-ons from walmart on my glasses. Still doesnt help for dry eye......
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I've been using the Vistana glasses mentioned by "stevnim" for about a year, and really like them. They come in different sizes, and the wrap-around design is very effective. If your glasses are relatively slim (height), you can get into onto one of the smaller sizes which are actually kind of aerodynamic and stylish looking.
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How is returns on those glasses? I would really hate to buy something like that w/o trying them on first.
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Actually, I got mine locally at an optician. The web site has an option to locate local delears.
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thx a lot, it helped...
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