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Ducks Unlimited Shooting Eyewear Kit With 5 Anti-Fog Lens Options
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- The high-grade polycarbonate anti-fog lenses provide enhanced clarity, high definition and contrast
- A wide selection of lens options helps you to take aim in any light condition
- Glasses, replacement lenses, case and cleaning bag feature the DU logo
- Provides 99% UV protection
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Right up front: If I were to buy only one of these two brands, I would go for the Pyramex Ducks because of the lens choices. The fit is very good and the carrying pouches is a very nice touch too.
Now, the Radians Polarized Revelations adjust in the same ways that the Ducks do except the starting (shortest) length of the adjustable ear hook is a little smaller initially on the Radians. So, if you need a really tight fit and need shorter ear hook, then the Radians might be worth looking into. It is a small difference. The only other significant difference I could find is the nose piece on the Ducks is a little thinner and made of lighter material with more breath-ability. It might make a difference on a really hot day, but it isn't going to make a huge difference.
I took away one star from my Radians review because it didn't come with any pouches / bag / lenses and I felt the Ducks were a better value. I don't like giving 5 star reviews because there is always room for improvement but, right now, I don't see any major problems with either of these brands of safety glasses so I would recommend both of them with the Pyramex Ducks being a little higher on the list because of the lenses.
After having purchased 4 sets, the one great weakness is the frame. When changing out lenses, the nose piece design is very vulnerable to breaking - 2 sets now, particularly when they are cold. I won't be buying another pair. (I do wish I could just buy the frames) Good lenses and a good concept that needs more work
I know what you're thinking. It's an isolated thing, right? Won't happen to they pair you're gonna buy? My friend also bought some on my recommendation for the same class and had the same problem. File, file, scrape, scrape, problem solved.
UPDATE Nov, 2011: My friend actually broke the bridge of the frames on his pair trying to get the lenses out exactly as described in the instructions. Now his glasses have a piece of masking tape holding the lens in place at the bridge of his nose and he looks like a shooting nerd on the range. I'm keeping my rating at 4 stars since the nail file solution seemed to work fine for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Best shooting glasses I've ever used for the price. Easy to change the lenses and every type of lens you could ever need.Published 1 day ago by Timeryder
Very good glasses. Highly adjustable, has almost every type of lens you could want. The bad: the ear loops are not adjustable (read: bendable) and aren't soft/incredibly... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dontblink97
Comfortable, light and a very nice product. I needed to replace another brand of shooting glasses and was very happy with this choice. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Griffin
Decent set with different lenses for different hunting situations.Published 1 month ago by Lisa K. Jiskra
Glasses fell apart in the middle after a few months. Lens are great but the frame seemed pretty cheap.Published 1 month ago by James
Good set, can be a problem if you aim (closing an eye) but if you shoot with both eyes open . . . works fine. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon User
I switch between both indoor and outdoor ranges. I keep the extra lens in my range bag at all times. These make for great convenience now.Published 1 month ago by Brady Vitrano