A logical choice.
With a single lens, the Tifosi Logic Eyewear is reminiscent of Oakley's Radar. They have the style, great optical quality, and interchangeable lenses. What you won't get is a cost that will make you wince at checkout and cry if you lose them. One detail that is shared by all Tifosi sunglasses is the hydrophilic rubber used to cover the temples and the nosepiece. This gives them the ability to stay in place exactly where you want them while you ride, even over rough terrain.
Another thing we like about Tifosi Eyewear is that they make different sized frames for different sized faces. The Logic frames will fit best if you have a medium to large sized face. They have interchangeable lenses that give you a degree of adaptability for different light situations. Each frame color will come with three options. The Crystal Smoke frames come with Smoke Red w/Glareguard for ultra bright conditions, AC Red for medium light, and Clear for low/no light situations. The Matte Black and Pearl White frame options have these three -- Smoke for bright, sunny conditions along with AC Red and Clear. They're easy enough to pop out when you want to swap lenses, but the real beauty of Tifosi's system is how secure the lenses are once you snap them back into place. The outer edges of the Logic lens have vent holes that help air circulate to prevent fogging and to help keep you cool as you ride.
Another constant with rest of Tifosi's eyewear is the Logic's Grilamid TR-90 nylon frames. They're virtually indestructible and can handle normal use without a hitch since they can be bent into awkward shapes, yet they'll spring right back into place every time. At the three points of contact, the ear pieces and nose piece can be bent to customize the fit to perfection.
The frames on the Tifosi Logic Eyewear are available in Crystal Smoke, Matte Black, and Pearl White. The shatterproof polycarbonate lenses offer 100% protection from UVA/UVB rays. They also include a storage case and a microfiber lens wipe.
- Grilamid TR-90 frame has an extremely high bending strength for flexibility and durability
- Hydrophilic rubber ear and nose grips resist aging and breakdown while increasing grip when wet
- Glare Guard reflective lens coating reduces glare without compromising visibility or ability to distinguish terrain breaks
- Polycarbonate lens is highly impact resistant, and a decentered design eliminates optical distortion
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Decent for the price
I got these to replace some Giro sunglasses I've had for a bit. Some things are good, some not so good (i.e., not bad).
First, they're light which is nice. The lenses are good too, very clear and a nice variety (clear, bronze and grey). The grey is dark enough to use in bright sunlight and the bronze is good in waning light. The lenses are super easy to get on and off for changeability and come with a great hard case.
The not so good is that the frames fit in a funny spot when wearing my helmet...could be me, just sayin'. Another thing is the lenses are short meaning room above the cheek bone which is nice for air flow but I personally like a "bigger" lens. That said, I've had 'em fog up some.
All in all, they're an inexpensive option for riding sunglasses.
I must admit they are great glasses, too bad they dont have polarization though. I currently live in the tropics, where we are usually at 90 - 100 % humidity year round. These glasses do fog once in a while, but all I need to do is move them down the bridge of my nose and it copes superbly.
I have also gone trail running in them, they do move a little, however for the price, its just fine.
The best features on these glasses is how you can mold the sinus pad, and temple pads on the side any way you want. With 2 extra lenses your good to go. It is a little difficult to take out the lens; I swear it would snap when I tried the first couple of times.