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I`ve got a pair of polarized prescription sunnies and wearing them in the sun is like taking a drink from a cold mountain stream(as long as its not full of beaver fever)after you`ve been hiking for 6 hours.They really,really cut down the glare of the sun.Drawbacks-LCD displays seem to disappear(my temp.guage),tar strips look luminescent,I can see lines in my tinted faceshield,interior lighting is very dim(walking into a restuarant)and riding at night with my polarized sunnies and a tinted faceshield makes it very hard to see(when I`ve forgotten to bring my normal glasses).

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Are they BLUE BLOCKERS ??? Remember those ?? I really wanted them :( :( And that catchy tune ... Blah blah BLUE BLOCKERS!!!!


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Hey Auger, I've been using Oakley Polarized shades for a couple years now, you gotta love em! Try going out on a lake or the ocean with them, WOW what a difference!

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I've got a pair of polarized Revos and have found some strange effects also. For instance, tar strips and other vehicles look normal with my glasses on but when I put down the faceshield of my Shoei they all get shimmery and change from blue to green to pink, etc. My Arai faceshield, on the other hand, doesn't have such a spectacular effect at all, it just makes things look a little shiny if they're at the correct angle. I notice the digital mileage gauge is tough to read too; in my car the HUD is difficult to see even turned to full brightness, and to top it all off, I'm able to see ladies underwear. :D :eek:
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I picked up a $12 pair of yellow safety glasses. Those are nice. Cuts out all the glare at night from headlights. Plus, I can still see just as well.

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Ya, I use those yellow lens safety glasses at work at night. They're pretty good at night, but suck in the daytime. They're nothing like Polarized though.... kinda like a 6R and a R6.... ;) :p

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