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Nov. 18, 2023, 9:28 a.m. -  Andy Eunson

I’ve had a few pair of Oakley frames with prescription lenses. Not the separate lenses that hang behind the normal lens. I had a pair of adidas too. They cants make a highly curved lens if the prescription is too staring though so you have to find a frame and lens shoe that is suitable for your prescription. These were fine for commuting or easy rides where I wasn’t churning out heat which causes fogging. My eyes have improved as I age, at least for distance and I can go without contacts for some activities. But fogging or muddy lenses that require removing glasses doesn’t work if your prescription is strong. Contact lenses or corrective eye surgery are the best solutions.

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