I will take your advice on this.PullStrings wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 9:23 pmWarning: Do not try on a pair of high quality lenses sunglasses with backside anti-reflective for kiting with Hydro and Oleo tech in them
It's a highly addictive product !!
Once you get to see the difference through those lenses there is no coming back to the El Cheapo tolerable kind
That's it. I am giving up kiting because with all the other people out there driving without $200 sunglasses, one of them is going to kill me the next time I do drive to the break. - SarcasmPullStrings wrote: ↑Wed May 22, 2019 9:23 pmQuestion about your beloved $1 glasses for work and kiting :
Do you also wear them to drive your car when it's sunny ??
Or do you have a better pair for that ??
After all most of us spend more hours behind the wheel than behind a control bar
Car driving....glare glare from everywhere....not just disabling but the blinding kind....so dangerous you could run somebody over by not seeing them !!
From driving directly towards a low sun in the morning and the afternoon
From the road wet and dry....from your dashboard...from the inside of your windshield...from the back window of car in front of you...your own hood...etc
You have some pretty big claims here. They are the usual "everyone's doing it wrong so they are going to die" ones. Again, my sunglasses work fine for driving. A pair of gold mirror ones (Checklite Crews CL119) saved my eyes (and likely life) in a collision with a deer at 70mph. Spend what you want, and I cannot disagree that a Rolex tells better time than my Casio, but not everyone needs to be that "in style".