Sunglass Features to Look For Bikershades currently offers 3 brands of Motorcycle Sunglasses and Goggles. These include BikerArmour, WileyX and 7eye. All styles offer foam padded foam frames, impact resistant polycarbonate lenses and grilamid nylon frames. However there are some important features that will help determine which brand is best for you. Of course, price […]
Ok, Bikers, if you are looking for an economical photochromic sunglasses that you can wear in the day and night without having to change or pack extra glasses, then the Eclipse is a an excellent option for you. When exposed to UV rays or the sun, the Eclipse change from Clear to a Moderate Gray. […]
What is Photochromic? The term photochromic refers to sunglass lenses that darken when exposed to UV light. Basically, the molecules within the lenses change shape when exposed to UV light, and absorb the light causing the lenses to darken. For more detailed information, visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photochromic_lens. Bikershades offers two types of photochromic motorcycle sunglasses. The Eclipse […]
Comparison – DARKEST Transition Motorcycle Sunglasses: Eclipse vs Eclipse XT Are you tired of throwing away money on Transitions Motorcycle Sunglasses that dont get dark enough? Are you tired of getting fooled by false advertisesments? Have you given up on generic photochromic sunglasses? In this article, we’ll compare generic photochromic motorcycle sunglasses to genuine Transitions […]
All prescription motorcycle sunglass orders require your Pupilar Distance #, or PD. (PD) is the simply distance between your right and left pupils. This number is used to determine the focal point on your prescription lenses. It can be expressed as a single number or as 2 numbers. If 2 numbers, each number represents […]
There’s no question that every biker should wear motorcycle eyewear while riding. Protecting your eyes is probably the most important thing a biker can do. It’s also against the law in most states not to wear motorcycle eyewear. Some states require ANSI Z87.1 certified eyewear. Learn more here.
Impact resistant polycarbonate lenses, 180 degree wrap frames, integrated foam cushion, snug fit…These are all must have features for motorcycle sunglasses and motorcyle goggles. Not surprisingly, these are also must have features for any sport which involves a great deal motion and movement; and when the safety of your eyes may be compromised.