Replacement Part – Nose Pad
35 in stock
– July 15, 2011
While the lens in these glasses can’t rival the clarity of brands like Oakley and Rudy Project, they serve their purpose admirably and overall the glasses give a similar look to comparable high end options at a considerably lower price. They seem as durable as any other frameless sunglasses, which basically means they’ll take the occasional bump, but shouldn’t be manhandled or tossed in your bag haphazardly after a ride. Since they come with a hard case, the latter really shouldn’t be an issue anyway. Due to the way the glasses fit and the lens’s proximity to your face, it does require frequent cleaning and can tend to fog at stoplights or on slower paced climbs, but while moving and normal speeds fogging hasn’t been an issue. Overall, the Aspect is good looking and functional pair of sunglasses for the price.
– September 10, 2011
Great post with lots of imrpotant stuff.
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