- plastic frame
- Plastic lens
- UV Protection Coating coating
- Lens width: 60 millimeters
- TAC POLARIZED LENS - 100% UV400 protection coating blocks 100% harmful UVA & UVB rays while the polarization restores true colors and elimnates reflected, glaring, and scattered light. TAC (Triacetate Cellulose) technology provides a high-performance hard coated polarized lenses which have impact resistant and anti-scratch properties.
- PRODUCT DIMENSIONS - Lens Height - 40mm; Lens Width - 60mm; Temple Length - 130mm; Nose Bridge - 25mm; Frame Width - 140mm
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WYND Blocker brings versatility in its eyewear line. Each temple features a quick release button allowing easy transformation from glasses to goggles. For this very reason, they are ideal for situations involving fast jolting movements like racquetball or basketball or when experiencing the extreme wind forces commonly seen in skydiving or extreme moto sports. Additionally, the backstrap allows for a more comfortable fit when wearing certain types of helmets. They also features a removable wind resistant eye liner. These glasses can literally go from casual to extreme wear in seconds! They are available in black, white, red, blue, and orange frames.
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1. Safe (polycarbonate lenses)
2. Block the wind
3. Fit well
5. Won't break the bank
I have bought multiple pairs of cheap and expensive sunglasses that it is honestly ridiculous and extremely frustrating. I will say these are the best motorcycle sunglasses so far that I have tried; however, they are not perfect. These sunglasses have done a good job of blocking the wind, but I still have had some wind get through along with debris. I have not experienced any watery eyes or anything with these sunglasses (besides the occasional debris). I believe the foam padding helps, but it seems to me like it cheaply attached to the frame of the sunglasses. The sunglasses do fit my face well, and I wear a 7 to 7 1/4 size in hats. I wear a medium size helmet in both open and full face across the industry. One negative aspect of the sunglasses (in my opinion at least) is the reduced peripheral vision when I turn my head to check for vehicles. I do use my mirrors to check for this, but I like to double check by giving my head a quick look as well. I have to turn my head a lot more with these sunglasses compared to KDs and Gatorz. Overall, these are my sunglasses that I am using right now until/or if I find anything better. The lenses are clear, and the polarized lenses are great. The price is reasonable in my opinion compared to the more expensive sunglasses that have become paperweights at my house.
Update: well, now he's my husband and he liked them as much as me while driving the boat 60mph on the Colorado river to our fishing site in our first 2017 tournament. It was about 50 degrees so the glasses were a blessing. My Amber lense allowed me to see thru the river water to a greater depth too. They didn't fog up. More comfortable than I thought they'd be. Only complaint now is I need to superglue the little plastic inserts down next to my ears...they GRAB my hair and it's torture!!!! A few drops of glue will solve that issue. Happy purchase and no regrets. Lightweight comfort.
In my unbiased opinion, I’ve found myself using the Verdster version of these glasses. Those provide more cover.
An improvement to these is inherent in its structure, not the quality. And the problem with all wind blocking / motorcycle glasses is the gaps in cushion. It allows for wind / sand penetration that’s really annoying.
I had placed these and the smoke lens pair on my wish list a while ago. I ride to work at 4:45 in the morning and need something that will protect and not have to carry two pair of glasses. I was going to buy both, but just got the amber instead.
I have a few pair of high dollar sunglasses - Oakley, Acid Overlord, but these have been the best so far. I may just retire the high-dollar stuff and stick with these not only for riding but for everyday wear.
These are great in the dark as well in daylight. And visibility is improved. And the do a great job of keeping out the wind - especially with the goggle-strap.
Best bang for the buck.