I don’t. I use a different brand with is a cloth vs. rubber strap. I have crashed hard sunglasses off and behind me, with kitelooping and all. Never ever felt in danger or strangled. And every time, I reached around, grabbed the glasses put them back on. Would not ride without that (I’ve lost too many pairs with other setups).Does anybody think the necklace that comes with some sunglasses is a strangulation hazard?
tkachuk wrote: ↑Wed Dec 05, 2018 1:16 amMy opinion is that sunglasses are a must for kiting, no matter your latitude or what the weather is. The UV radiation in sunlight cooks your lenses and retinas and without protection, causes cataracts and other nasty conditions. I have a related question. Does anybody think the necklace that comes with some sunglasses is a strangulation hazard?
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To prevent future eye problems....all UV is cumulative....the big buzz right now is harmful blue violet light...wavelength between 415-450 nanometers
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