View Air - High Contrast Rose Cycling Glasses with Mirror
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The frame is made from TR90, a thermoplastic material that is incredibly durable, flexible, and lightweight. Frames made with TR90 are comfortable to wear because they will bend under pressure and contour your face comfortably. Rubber tip for max comfort.
Durable, lightweight and scratch-resistant Polycarbonate lenses.
Fully UV protected (UV400), Category 3.
The high-contrast lenses provide unprecedented light transmission control, allowing for precise colour adjustment to maximize contrast and enhance visibility
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Takes some time to get used to, but once dialed in and used a couple of times, its a game changer. I use it in combination with the Garmin Varia radar where each time I get a ping from the head unit, I check back to see what kind of car/truck it is and if it is taking the necessary precaution to overtake me. Instills a lot of confidence and prevents me from veering off course when turning my head. Not sure if I will ever use any other cycling glasses anymore...
I've used TriEye since it's launch. I can't imagine cycling without a pair on. I even wear them when on a lonely trail to keep an on my "backdoor".
Fits and looks great! The rear view mirror takes a little getting used to but does not take long. It’s a great innovative product with a reasonable price tag.
When I put the glasses on for my first ride, I had difficulty seeing behind me. My left shoulder seemed to be blocking the rear view. Even though I adjusted the mirror, I was not pleased. On my second ride, I realized that I had to actually move my head up and to the left to see cars in the road. I’ve now gotten used to them and find them helpful. I think perhaps a bigger mirror would be helpful
Loved the lens, fit, frame, everything however the air and mirror didn’t work for me. Couldn’t adjust little mirror to see behind me after many long attempts. The air flow was too much but I m sure that’s because I bike the Chicago lake and it’s very windy.