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Old 09-11-08, 06:06 AM   #1
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Specialized Adaptalite Glasses

I dont mtb but am interested in the mtb version on the adaptalite glasses. I dont really like the "go faster" look of the road version and prefer the more street look of some of the mtb ones.

I know the mtb one and road ones differ in how much the darken and lighten. Can you wear the mtb ones in low light like at dusk or when its raining or cloudy and still see well? Do they lighten enough to wear at night so as not to be dangerous when cycling on the road?

How about in very bright sunny conditions? Do they work well then?

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Old 09-11-08, 07:26 AM   #2
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I've owned both the Specialized and Oakley adaptive lenses. Not very impressed.The range is very limited. Mine were both road though.
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