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Anyone wear Tifosi Logic sunglasses?

Old 07-01-10, 11:15 PM
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Anyone wear Tifosi Logic sunglasses?

I'm checking these out on Performance, they seem pretty good for the value, but was wondering if anyone has some personal experience with these. I'm also open to other recommendations.
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Old 07-02-10, 12:06 AM
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I have a pair. They are pretty good for the price: awesome coverage, looks great, and fit my face well. Only setback is that lens changing is a pain in the ass, but it's not a dealbreaker for me. In short, poor man's Radars.

p/s: the Kelly Benefit's boys wear Logics all the time.
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Old 07-02-10, 05:47 AM
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I have the Torrent's and love them so far. Haven't swapped out the lenses yet, but otherwise love them. Great coverage, lightweight, fit me well.
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+1 They are good glasses for the money, I personally couldn't justify the price of Radar's, and Tifosi is a soild company with a great guarnatee.
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I have the Tyrant with Fototec lenses that adjust to current lighting conditions. Price/performance unbeatable. I've raced with them and I ride regularly with them. Venting works great, glasses stay locked in place, very comfortable.
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Originally Posted by Flash View Post
I have the Tyrant with Fototec lenses that adjust to current lighting conditions. Price/performance unbeatable. I've raced with them and I ride regularly with them. Venting works great, glasses stay locked in place, very comfortable.
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I have the Tyrant with Fototec lenses that adjust to current lighting conditions. Price/performance unbeatable. I've raced with them and I ride regularly with them. Venting works great, glasses stay locked in place, very comfortable.
+2 I love my Tyrants. On sale for $49.00 at Performance. Can't beat that. Fototec lenses are great for early morning or late evening rides.
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Cool, thanks for the input guys.
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