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    Still can't climb
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    is it true that yellow tinted is best for dusk?

    my cycle glasses came with 3 colours: shiny reflective, blue tint, yellow tint. I don't know what they are supposed to be used for.
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    Get some photochromic lens. You get best of two worlds. Clear lens during the dark and dark lens during the day (depending on how much sun is out). Another advice. Unless you can afford to replace your expensive Oakleys, I suggest getting another non-Oakley pair of cycling glasses. I bought a pair of Tifosi with photochromic lens for $60. It's sturdy, reliable and I won't cry over them if it falls off while I ride or if I fly over my handlebars.

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    i have tifosi Logic. there are 6 or 7 different shades of lens available, BUT they do not hold up if you're swapping them out all the time. the lenses have tabs that fit into the frames and after 10 or so changes they will break. so if you want to switch them out often, get some frames with 2 separate lenses, not the single lens.

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