I have some Kurtis glasses/google/wraparound things. I can't really recommend them. They don't really do anything useful that any other much cheaper glasses do.Da Yoda wrote: ↑Sun Jun 24, 2018 1:03 amKurtis is king with California kiters. I don't personally use them, but I know many who do and swear they're the best.
I recently bought Lip "Surge" sunglasses https://www.lip-sunglasses.com/products ... des/surge/ (with brown lenses) which are much less expensive than the Lip Typhoons (about half the price). Used them a few times now and they're really comfortable, and unlike Seaspecs etc. they don't seem to fog up at all.OzBungy wrote: ↑Sun Jun 24, 2018 2:15 amThese glasses https://www.lip-sunglasses.com/products ... s/typhoon/ work pretty well for reducing water and salt spots. The coatings are built in to the lenses. They cost a heap, but they're the best I have found. They still fog up but you can rinse them as you ride.
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