You need protection from glare, improved contrast and a lens that will perform well in changing light conditions.
Lens chart of options and tint guide
Frame Style – Look out for frames with ergonomic wrap around design that will keep dirt dust and debris from entering your eyes and maximise peripheral vision. Comfort and good airflow are also important. Since riding can take place at all times of the day a frame with interchangeable lenses is worth considering.
Prescription Sports Eye Wear – Specialist frames from Oakley, Lacoste, Nike Vision and Maui Jim are available to accommodate your prescription and will enable you the optimum of clarity for your chosen sport.
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