Oakley EVZero Range Prizm Trail - Review

Aug 10, 2016
by Mike Levy  
Oakley EVZero glasses


There are a bunch of different options to consider when thinking about new eyewear, but the one name that everyone is familiar with has to be Oakley. The American company has built a reputation on not just great, distortion-free optics, but also with some pretty wild designs, especially when it comes to their sport-specific glasses. Their new EVZero lineup is as out-there as you'd expect it to be, with too many loud lens and frame color combinations available to list; what you see here is their Prizm Trail lens in a Matte Sky Blue frame.

The EVZero glasses cost between $160 and $200 USD depending on lens choice (photochromic, polarized, etc.), but it's the $170 EVZero Range Prizm Trail eyewear that is reviewed below.

EVZero glasses are available with two different lens shapes; the Path option, and the Range that offers more coverage. My EVZero Range test glasses feature Oakley's Prizm lens color, which the company says is able to provide ''unprecedented control of light transmission resulting in colors precisely tuned to maximize contrast and enhance visibility.'' I mainly wear glasses to keep sharp things from blinding me, but unprecedented control of light transmission sounds like a bonus.
Oakley EVZero Details

• Frameless design
• Lens shape: Range
• Lens color: Prizm Trail
• Frame sizing: standard, Asia
• Two different nose pads included
• Weight: 23 grams
• MSRP: $170 USD


Oakley EVZero glasses
Oakley EVZero glasses
The EVZero sports a barely-there frame design, and both thick and thin nosepads are included.


In case it wasn't obvious, the EVZero hasn't been designed as casual eyewear to be worn around town - unless you really want to be that guy - but rather as a minimalistic sports eyewear that weighs next to nothing. And they do weigh close to nothing, coming in at just 23 grams on my digital scale. That low weight is down to there not being any sort of traditional frame that envelops the lens, even along the top edge, but rather two separate frame pieces that are ninety percent arms and about ten percent corners. This also makes for a very open design that allows air to easily pass under the lens, hopefully limiting fogging and letting them clear quickly if and when that does happen.

The frame corners, which is all they really are, can be detached, and the arms can also pop out under duress, say if you sit on them by accident, which could prevent you from throwing away $170 due to a mistake that's easy to make. A plastic nose piece clips onto the lens, and then the rubber nose pad slots onto that; Oakley includes both thick and thin options that let you tune how the glasses fit your face.

Your $170 will also get you the sanctified Oakley Vault storage case, as well as an Oakley Microbag that you can use as a wipe if you don't want to scrape your dirty jersey across the pricey lens.
Oakley EVZero glasses
Flashy? Yes. A ton of coverage? Also yes.





Performance

Eyewear can be nearly as personal as underwear; most people have their own style preference and won't entertain the thought of trying something different, while others don't wear any at all. I fall into the latter camp, normally preferring not to wear anything unless it's extremely wet and messy out, and only if I won't get more than a few hundred feet down the trail without a bunch of splatter forcing me to stop and dig mud out from under an eyelid. That's always fun.

It is, of course, incredibly stupid to not protect your eyeballs from debris and pointy things that want to make another hole in your body. But I rationalize, incorrectly, that I'd rather lose a pupil than put up with fogging eyewear during a climb, and I've just never felt comfortable on descents when I have something over my eyes. Every single pair of glasses that I've ever tried has fogged up on climbs, including pricey eyewear from Oakley or other companies who make crazy claims about their eyewear sporting so-called anti-fog technology.


Oakley EVZero glasses
Oakley EVZero glasses
Mountain bike fashion in the year 2150 remains questionable.


I put about as much stock in anti-fog claims as I do in the healing power of magnetic bracelets, but to be fair, Oakley doesn't make any silly claims about the EVZeros ability to stay clear while you trek through a South American jungle. That said, they do an admirable job of remaining fog-free while slogging up a slow ascent, more so than pretty much any other eyewear that I've ever used. Yes, some condensation does build up, but it's nothing unacceptable. More importantly, they clear up extremely fast once you're moving at any speed quicker than a brisk walking pace, which is probably down to the frameless design. The also don't rattle around on my face, especially after I switched out to the thicker nose pad.

So, minimal fogging and minimal rattling. Not bad so far, but about that lens color...

I'm not sold on the odd Prizm lens, as I found it to either be not dark enough or sometimes too dark. Yes, it does take the bite out of a bright, sunny day, but it's a bit like an all-mountain bike from 2010 - passable in a lot of conditions, but not great at anything. The lens color also doesn't equalize the bright and dark spots like a yellow or orange lens can, but that's not what it's designed to do. Just the opposite, actually. The Prizm color certainly does look flashy, though, and I'd take this lens over nothing if I were riding in the desert under the blazing sun.

Looks are obviously subjective, but as functional as the EVZero glasses are, I'm not really a fan of looking as if I'm from the future. Other people that saw the EVZeros weren't as put off as I was and some even liked the styling. To each their own.


Pinkbike’s Take:
bigquotesI still don't wear underwear, but I will be wearing the EVZeros when conditions call for it. The Prizm lens is peculiar, but the lack of fogging and great coverage mean that I don't mind looking like I'm from the future when the need for eyewear arises. - Mike Levy



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124 Comments

  • 182 0
 Finally, they found the glasses I lost on the chairlift in 1991.
  • 10 6
 Made my day
  • 7 2
 "Frame sizing: standard, Asia". Whaaaaaaaaaaat?
I am currently and have lived in Asia for over 10years (from Van.) and I have noticed that my wife (Asian) and a good hand full of friends (also Asian) happen to have tine-tiny noses. Hmmm, will these fit an average European descendant fellows nose/cheekbones?
  • 5 2
 @richierocket: Smith, Oakley and several other eyewear manufacturers make "standard" and "asia" fit. I remember not knowing this, working in a ski shop and hearing my boss tell an Asian customer that there was an Asia fit model that may fit her nose better and being completely horrified. Set off all kinds of icky racist alarms in my brain for a minute, but I'll be damned if the "Asia fit" model didn't work way better for that customer.

Maybe in Asia they have "standard" and "Euro" fit models?
  • 3 10
flag n1ck (Aug 11, 2016 at 6:44) (Below Threshold)
 more like 1996. Just saying.
  • 3 2
 I'd put up with the fashion if I could be 23 again. Hell I'd even put up with my rigid DB Axis, and the first attempt by a Washington ski area to do lift-serviced mountain biking - Snoqualmie was ahead of its time, even if it was just pretty much clattering down ski slopes. Then grunge came along and killed glasses like these....
  • 3 1
 @mikelevy you look funny as shit in those.
  • 1 0
 @Altabird: helmets are the same, they all come in asia and euro sizing from the factories and it makes a big difference.
  • 52 1
 Pinkbike: "Right guys, we have a brand new pair of Oakley shades in for review, who shall we give them to?"

Man hiding in the corner: "Someone who doesn't wear glasses when riding?..."

Pinkbike: "GREAT IDEA!..."
  • 50 0
 using these as underwear may prove to be difficult
  • 9 39
flag abzillah (Aug 11, 2016 at 3:18) (Below Threshold)
 Oh don't worry, Trump will find a way.
  • 21 55
flag Zziplex (Aug 11, 2016 at 5:11) (Below Threshold)
 @abzillah: Hillary for Prison 2016
  • 12 54
flag Wanaber (Aug 11, 2016 at 5:19) (Below Threshold)
 @Zziplex: ^^^ THIS ^^^
  • 22 3
 @abzillah: Build a Wall Ride. Ill vote for that.
  • 89 3
 keep politics off pinkbike. if i want to hear about elections, i will go to pretty much any other website.
  • 6 10
flag WAKIdesigns (Aug 11, 2016 at 10:17) (Below Threshold)
 @adrennan: hahaha gold
  • 7 8
 The voted down comments say Lord of evil (trump) [which is an English word for fart] has a majority. It's time to rise up all thinking people in America before your country becomes a laughing stock
  • 7 2
 what are you talking about? we already are the laughing stock of the world....
  • 5 12
flag Zziplex (Aug 11, 2016 at 17:32) (Below Threshold)
 @adrennan: BBC giving Trump more negative press despite him never killed anyone, never gotten soldiers or diplomats killed, never defended rapists, never sold weapons to isis, never made hundreds of millions of $s whilst working for the government, never had multiple close people die in suspicious circumstances, never invaded foreign countries, never destabilised the middle east, never robbed libyan gold, the list goes on.
  • 22 2
 In my opinion the prism lense isn't supposed to be sunglasses but more of vision enhancement. I don't ware them as shades I ware them for the protection and for the contrast in colors enhancing my vision.
  • 7 0
 @bikerun

I recently added a Prizm Trail lens to my Radarlocks - fantastic lens for riding woods here in the UK, and also urban commuting during overcast weather.

If I want heavier blocking, I have red iridium and especially the black iridium polarized lens for summer road riding
  • 3 0
 @hampsteadbandit: agreed, I use these for overcast days. I found them difficult during very sunny days (the prizm lense)

When fall comes I will be using these guys a lot!
  • 17 0
 High hopes from Pink Floyd would suit in a commercial The grass was greener, the light was brighter..
  • 2 0
 This is hilarious
  • 10 0
 Best lenses I've ever had! First ride was like watching and old film on a UHD tv, amazing contrast and detail. Makes all the roots and holes stand out.
Anyway I believe someone who uses glasses should be testing them. How are you going to compare to other makes and models otherwise. When you use contacts glasses aren't an option anymore. So I would like to know how they stack up against the rest.Not if you prefer them to nothing.

@mikelevy Your helmet looks loose
  • 14 0
 If Bono was a mountain biker
  • 2 4
 These will go lovely with your new Santa Cruz frame Sir. And about any IXS open face helmet.
  • 10 1
 I don't understand how you can argue something you've never even experienced... Look if you owned a pair and said they suck cool, but you really have no useful insight on how these work.
  • 8 2
 If you're paying more than pennies for these things, you're being had by one of the biggest monopolies in modern markets. Harbor Freight safety glasses will work as well and maybe even look a little better, if our egos can handle it! www.cbsnews.com/news/luxottica-eyewear-why-are-glasses-expensive
  • 5 0
 Oakley makes good sunglasses, but Luxottica is kind of awful. Spy is a subsidiary of Oakley. On the other hand, Oakley also pumps quite bit of money into mountain biking.

Smith also makes good sunglasses, but they're owned by Safilo, a slightly smaller and less evil Italian eyewear conglomerate. Also, Smith refuses to make sunglasses large enough for my gigantic head.

Rudy Project is, I believe still independent and makes good biking-specific sunglasses, but all their glasses look like they're designed to crush the cycling stage of an Ironman competition, our possibly lead the peloton through France. Which is fine, if you're into that sort of thing.

Bollé makes some nice-looking biking sunglasses, and this originally French brand is now owned by the independent and American Bushnell. But I've never actually tried their sunglasses. Their ski goggles that we got for our kids for $30 at Costco are awesome.

I think the most "Authentic" (for whatever that means) brand of mountain biking sunglasses is Ryders. Founded by 1980s MTB champion Brent Martin, still (as far as I can tell) independently owned, and Brent seems to still get out on his bike from time to time: www.pinkbike.com/photo/12409976 It's a shame I've never seen their sunglasses in a store, and they don't seem to have a dealer within 100 miles of me.
  • 4 0
 @atourgates: Oakley part of Luxottica as well, no?
  • 9 0
 @atourgates: I want to like Ryders but I have an irrational aversion to brands that spell normal words in weird ways. Same reason I can't listen to Korn or take a ride using Lyft!
  • 1 0
 I remember, in the early 80's, Ma Bell (Bell Industries) was forced to break up it's telephone and telegraph company (yeah, I know, but it was the 80's) because it was deemed a monopoly. They were forced to open doors for competition. A pay phone call went from as little as $.05 for 5 minutes to $.25 for a minute. Airlines. Car companies. They all have a story of running a market and being forced to change because it was unfair. There are likely only 20 actual big companies in the US now. Just look at PepsiCo or Coke cola, all the brands and restaurants they own. Sprint, maybe.. (one of the big phone companies now owns 3 brands)

(LOVE this one) Miller SAP. You don't like Miller or Budweiser? Guess what? Same company!! And each one of those owned micro brands and they are all under one roof, for a grand total market share of 85%!!! If you buy a "micro brew" you can find on a shelf at multiple locations, it's likely owned by Miller SAP.

I do find it ironic that there are really only 3 carbon fiber bike frame makers (mass produced) in the world. If you and 5 of your friends roll up to the trailhead on 5 different brands, they could have been made by the same person, during the same work week...

That being said, I do love my Oakley's... You know, the circa 1998 M Frames I paid $60 for. Many new lens and a few redneck repairs later, I still use them. Numbered days as of late, but come on, gotta get that $60 out of them.. I don't think I could wear the ones reviewed though. Even at $60...
  • 1 0
 @atourgates: Bolle's sunnies are pretty awesome, I wore them when I was a beach lifeguard. For the price you couldn't beat the optical quality. Rhyders can be had online, and occasionally you can get pretty big discounts from leftlanesports.com. I got a nice pair for under 30 dollars that way
  • 1 3
 racquetball glasses seem to be the same thing as mtb glasses, but the makers can't get away with charging as much. many even have swappable, anti-fog lenses for different lighting conditions, like Head Raptor glasses:

www.amazon.com/dp/B0043B480K
  • 8 0
 @mikelevy I'd be curious to know if the Ryder's eyewear anti-fog works for you and how they compare to these.
  • 9 0
 @mikelevy - We would be more than happy to send you a pair!
  • 3 0
 @RydersEyewear: can you send me a pair?
If it works as avertised, I need them.
  • 4 0
 @RydersEyewear: The Ryders antifog works great. But what would be even greater is a rimless Ryders option in CLEAR antifog. Especially in the PNW, and Coastal BC where low light, wet and cold are the norm.

People laugh at the style of rimless (too roadie), but don't knock them until you try them:-)
  • 7 0
 @ukr77: We are on it! The rimless Nimby will be available in clear antiFOG in 2017.
  • 4 0
 @RydersEyewear: One thing i love about this website...once in awhile real brands who make real products actually listen and interact with its users. Bravo @Ryderseyewear. I hope i can one day afford to buy a sweet pair of MTB glasses, for now its just stinky scuffed goggles for the near future.
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: it works as advertised! I ha e a pair and was very surprised that they truly didn't fog.
  • 2 0
 @ukr77: wash any glasses with shaving cream. I wear glasses for a living and washing with shaving cream keeps them from fogging up don't ask how, but it works great!!
  • 1 0
 @crohnsy: thanks. Usually an hour into a ride I have to decide if I want to ride blind from fog, or shit in my eyes.
  • 8 0
 Is that chest hair peeping out your shirt or another bad tattoo @mikelevy? ;p
  • 9 2
 For gullible types, consumers who suffer from vanity, and of course egoists.
  • 2 2
 Yes, wankers would never wear them.
  • 9 4
 photochromic prism = $170 china plastic . And they look ultra stupid as f*ck. If you look closely, you can see a safety warning sticker on the lense. it says " punch me in the face".
  • 2 0
 The beauty of the free market.... just take your $170 and spend them somewhere else.
  • 1 0
 Are Oakleys not US made anymore? My first pair definitely was.
Btw as far as I know there are no photochromic prism lenses.
  • 3 0
 I bought a pair of radar Ev's with prizm trail lenses. I sent them back. Not for the quality or anything but the prizm lenses didn't work for me. On a dull day in the woods with no sunlight they still made it darker. In Ireland clear lenses can't be bet IMO
  • 2 0
 Ive been using these for the past several months. I don't notice a whole lot of difference from the G-30 lens and the VR28. All three lenses are pretty close in my opinion. It kinda like ski goggles, there's no one lens that's gonna work in flat light, sunny weather or partly cloudy etc. The Prizm just seems to offer more coverage. Other than that I think it just boils down to personal preference. However, I will say this, the Prizm does work well when transitioning from sun to the dark woods single track where it can be hard to differentiate shadows when going in and out
  • 3 1
 I saw these in the shop when I went to try on the Jawbreakers. I was going to order the Jawbreaker with the Prism lens without trying them on, but I had second thoughts. I tried them and they are so big on my face I'd prefer to wear my googles. I look like a serial killer.
So I bought almost the last set of Racing Jackets which came with an almost Prism coloured lens, but also with the clear transition lens. Which is what I really wanted, essentially clear glasses to keep crap out of my eye, then take the edge off if I'm ever out of tree cover (which is rare).
  • 4 1
 Have a set of Prizm trails and Prizm road, and all I can say is that they're awesome! They make colours more vibrant, angles sharper and you can see through the deep shaded areas.
  • 2 0
 So reviewed by someone who doesn't like to wear glasses, with little to compare them to, and comes away with "they're ok." Not a whole lot of helpful information here. How do these compare to say Smith Pivlocks which these seem to be based off of? Do they come with other lenses? Do they sell arms individually?
  • 4 1
 How can you charge this much for these yet goggles are about a third of the price and use much more materials to make??? Hmmm
  • 1 0
 or you know... 3 dollar construction safety glasses
  • 1 0
 Setting aside the looks which I am not a fan of the powder blue the glasses them self work really well. They provide very good coverage, They are super light so you forget you are wearing them and they do not move around your face once on. There is no annoying visual obstruction in your peripheral vision "like the jawbreakers" and the lenses do offer a nice option other than putting a grey shadow over everything. They are not for everyone but I love mine, even more after i switched out the frames to black.
  • 1 0
 Who makes glasses with good orange or yellow lenses anymore? I would buy them today. I had some Smith sliders around 2000 +/- with orange, yellow, and dark grey lenses. They were the best MTB glasses I ever owned. They eventually fell apart from use/abuse, but not until a "reasonable" period of time. I have no idea if they actually blocked UVA/UVB, but the orange and yellow lenses were the best for flat light conditions and sun/shadow/sun in the woods. Will somebody please make a similar product (again)!
  • 3 0
 @RydersEyewear: I have to admit that I looked at Ryders after seeing the above comments, and they seem promising. I'll have to see if they fit my somewhat narrow face and prominent "Roman" nose. I am, after all, a handsome velociraptor!.
  • 1 0
 These look like they're for running rather than for riding. I've got a pair of Jawbreakers and although I hate how they look (I got them practically new for an unbeatable price), I wear them because the prizm lens is worlds better than the Tifosi glasses I'd been using so far. I look like an extra from a cheesy 80's teen sex comedy with the Jawbreakers but love the coverage, the clarity of my vision, and they don't collect sweat or fog up nearly as much as my old glasses.
  • 1 0
 Serious question (that sounds real stupid coming out of my fingers)... how badly do these stab you in the face when you bite it real hard in a wreck? the no frame around my cheeks part makes me pause a little

Also... for the half dozen times I've ever ridden in the snow, I just went in my tool box, picked up one of the 5 pairs of shop/grinding safety glasses (that cost like $2.50) and threw those on and they were decent enough to have a ride. Just sayin haha...
  • 1 0
 I ridden and skied with a wide variety of glasses and lenses. Generally I've been really impressed with the Prizm technology but the Prizm Trails are not my favorite. Riding under a tree canopy I find them too dark. I much prefer Oakley's photochromic lens, which is also available in an EVZero frame (www.oakley.com/en/product/W0OO9327PHT?cm_mmc=google-semsearch-_-G-DSA-_-DSA-_-DSA&gclid=CMCR-63vxNECFeNsMgodqQIMAw&gclsrc=ds)

The Prizm Road is a great lens for road biking or when out in the open on a mountain bike without tree cover. If I'm mountain biking where there isn't dense tree cover, then the Prizm Trail is still quite good. For everyday sunglasses, I bought the Carbon Shift with the Prizm Daily lens, which is great at the beach, driving, and pretty much everything else.

As far as the EVZero frame, I love it for biking. Superlight and essentially unnoticeable on your face but stil has very good coverage. Doesn't fog. Main downside is that you can't change lenses like some other Oakley cycling frames. The recently came out with a Prizm Snow lens for the EVZero. I suspect this would be a great spring skiing sunglass when you want to ditch the goggles for glasses.
  • 4 3
 Those lines around the edge of the lens make them look like cheap safety glasses :/

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  • 1 1
 Idk why you hot downvoted... I've always felt the same too.
  • 4 0
 Im still hung up on him not wearing underwear...
  • 4 0
 "There's only a thin layer of gaberdine between us...and them..."
  • 1 0
 @ReformedRoadie: "I'm out there Jerry, and loving every minute." - Kramer. Thanks for the laugh RR.
  • 1 1
 Ocular anatomy lesson time! You can't really "lose a pupil" as it's not a structure, per se. Your pupil is a hole (think aperture of your camera) created by the iris (think shutter of your camera). A penetrating wound can damage the iris structure, but the pupil by definition is a hole light passes through. Thanks for the glasses review!
  • 1 1
 I have lenses like with similar tint: Red Iridium. They never really worked for me unless it's been sunny around noon. It's personal preference off course but I use either yellow lenses or FIre Iridium with my Jaw Bones. On goggles Persimon works best for me.

As to fogging, well, my Jawbones with vented lenses work awesome, at least as long as I am rolling. They work great on rainy days, both in warm and in cold.

Finally an extremely important factor for me when choosing glasses is how do they fit my cheeks. I want the bottoms to be as close to them as possible so that there is minimal chance of mud from under my front wheel, getting into my eyes. I had too many sketchy moments when splashing mud flew into my eye just before some technical feature.
  • 1 0
 Woah, woah, woah...I ride my 2010 575 with pride thank you very much. Patched carbon rear triangle, Gravity Dropper, 26" wheels and all. I'll admit the old Fox Float 32 is super flimsy though..
  • 10 7
 No thanks I try not to look like a giant douche on my bike
  • 10 1
 Yeah I'm more into the turd sandwich style myself but to each their own.
  • 5 2
 Why would anyone pay $170 for those?
  • 2 0
 This brings me back to Seasons in the Abyss from Slayer. Kerry king style. I think good times are comming back!!! :-D
  • 5 1
 Step into a slim jim
  • 1 0
 Woah, woah, woah...I ride my 2010 575 with pride thank you very much. Patched carbon rear triangle, Gravity Dropper, 26" wheels and all. I'll admit the old Fox Float 32 is super flimsy though..
  • 1 0
 For the record, I will never wear these.
  • 2 0
 Haven't been a fan of oakley since they moved their manufacturing from USA to china and raised their prices even more.
  • 2 0
 and I'd take this lens over nothing ... Theres an endorsement lol. Kind of like, Id ride this bike if it was my only bike.
  • 1 0
 They are probably great glasses but with my unco tendency to drop things the lack of frame would cause them to get scratched to crap if I owned some
  • 1 0
 MIKE IF YOU PASS BY ME WITH THOSE GLASSES ON, PLEASE ACT LIKE YOU DONT KNOW ME. THANKS AND MY APOLOGIES FOT THAT YOU ARE THE BEST REVIEWER EVER ON PINKBIKE!
  • 1 0
 Sounds like a good plan.
  • 2 0
 Kind of looks like the old sub zeros mated with the new m frames.
  • 3 1
 Lidl Crivit £3.99 for the rest of us cheap skates
  • 1 1
 Damn straight, perfect to team up with their £12.99 soft shell. Its actually half decent gear IMO. The soft shell is not at all waterproof but riding in Britain means your gear spends more time in the washing machine than on the trail so even the best waterproof super fabric soon stops working. Not to mention you can only get so wet before you stop getting wetter right.....?
  • 2 0
 Another pair of over priced sun glasses for your social status
  • 2 0
 Bet them lenses would be sick when ya blazed
  • 1 0
 I'll be sticking with my Prizm Trail Radarlocks. These are a little too Bono for me.
  • 1 0
 wish there were more options for us glasses weares in regard to prescription choices
  • 1 0
 I got some Flak 2.0 XL - works for me because they can be made with RX lenses. My eyes don't like contacts..
  • 1 0
 Rip off. No way I'd spend $170 for those. Almost as ugly as the 100% sunglasses too!
  • 4 3
 Looks like cheap safety glasses
  • 1 0
 Matte sky blue is so over
  • 1 0
 Also great if you want to Cosplay as Tracer from Overwatch.
  • 1 0
 You'll want the Golf lense for when your under the canopy.
  • 1 0
 Borrrrrrrrrrrrrrrring!!!!!!!
  • 1 0
 Yeah... Goggles though #fullenduro.
  • 1 0
 Ha $170 and they make you look a complete bell end. Pass on those
  • 1 0
 Mike Levy goes full commando!
  • 1 0
 im so bored at work im reading eyeglass reviews.
  • 2 1
 170$ for 23 grams of plastic.
  • 1 0
 The 1970's called.... they want their shades back.
  • 1 0
 prizm doesn't mean anything when they fog. I'll stick to Ryders Eyewear
  • 1 0
 Curious, why would the guy that doesn't ride with glasses review glasses?
  • 1 0
 Might want to tighten that helmet up...
  • 2 2
 its.........WORST DESIGN!!!! Big Grin
jawbreaker its better than this model :o
  • 1 1
 Aren't these womans shades? They look fitted for a womans face.
  • 1 4
 Not sure why, I really don't, but Def Leppard is the first thing that comes to my mind.


"What do you want...what do you want....."
"I want rock and roll.... ALRIGHT!"
  • 1 1
 Sofaking ugly
  • 1 1
 Looks like a Smith;s
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