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1/25/2018 7:38:29 AM
Posted: 2/11/2006 4:46:20 PM EST
I am in the process of getting new prescription glasses for shooting, any suggestions? There are so many options, non-glare, tinted/non-tinted/transition. I am curious about which setup would work well under varying light conditions. The frame I'm leaning towards is an ultradork wraparound with the elastic band. The gal said I could get any lens put into them.
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 5:37:19 PM EST
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 5:38:33 PM EST
I use Blackwater Oakley's
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 5:40:26 PM EST
Oakley!
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 5:43:34 PM EST
Some info here.
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 7:01:34 PM EST
I have prescription Oakley M-Frames with 3 different interchangeable lens colors (clear/orange/mirror)
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 8:52:55 PM EST
Oakleys, I use'm for everything.
Link Posted: 2/11/2006 9:11:27 PM EST
I have oakleys m frames, and 2 different kind of wiley x's, personally id have to say go with the m frames, nice hard zipper case, 2 different lenses, 2 different nose pieces. Real nice glasses

Link Posted: 2/11/2006 10:22:51 PM EST
[Last Edit: 2/11/2006 10:23:55 PM EST by DevL]
You have prescription M Frames? Those are hideous with the lenses set in the middle of the flat lens. Not as secure as the other Oakley styles. Please post a pic so he can see em before purchase.

Or did you not even bother to read his post beofre you answered... I noticed you said 2 different lenses and did not mention the hundreds of dollars that costs.
Link Posted: 2/12/2006 11:59:54 AM EST
Do the "Transition" type lenses work well in differing light conditions? I'd like to stick to one set of lenses (Rx) if at all possible.
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