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I wear safety sunglasses for the most part. I have a plain mirrored pair and also a tinted pair with cheaters built in so I can read.
 

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I've always preferred REALLY Dark sunglasses and I have a complicated eyeglass prescription, so I bought over-the-eyeglasses sunglasses AND I use my built-in adjustable sun visor in my modular. The combo really helps my comfort level in the sunlight.
 

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Prescription goggles with transitions lens and, when things are really bright, a drop down sun visor.
 

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Sunreaders from READERS.COM with 1.75 correction, about $15.

Cataract surgery included putting lens in my eyeballs and my vision is corrected to 20/15. But I have to have readers in order to read gauges, car or bike.

Things are so bright after surgery that I wear sunglasses any time I'm outside.
 

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Me too Beez, I have a couple of pair of bifocal safety glass sunglasses and they are great.
 

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I've been using Coocoons that fit over my regular glasses. They keep out the wind and bugs when I'm not using my modular helmet.
 

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I'm using a dark shade prescription sunglass for daytime riding. For night time, I'm using a wrap style padded transition eyeglass that we bought at a rally. I wear a modular which does not have a shaded shield. Hence, the sunglass by day.
 

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I have the Ray Ban Daddy-O model with prescription lenses. They are a slight wraparound style (as much as possible with my prescription). I'm on my second pair and love 'em.
 

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I picked up some polarized fishing glasses, Berkeley I think, from Walmart for about $5 and they've been great. A bit larger than my usual safety glasses I used to use, so they provide great wind protection, and being polarized is a big plus.

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Prescription glasses with transition lens seamlessly change darkness.
 

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I made the mistake of buying a pair with titanium frames and they were so light that I couldn't keep them on my face or keep them from moving around while riding any speed over 40mph,I had to get frames that had some bulk to prevent this.
 

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Wrap-around Adidas sports shades, with a prescription insert. Last fall I had new inserts made that have a bifocal reading spot in 'em. That was a worthwhile upgrade.

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