XX2i Optics France 1 Polarized Sport Reader Sunglasses

Brand
XX2i Optics
Price
$99.95

If you sometimes struggle with map reading, fret not: these have built in magnification, so you can see what you're doing without having to switch out your shades. Adjustable temple and nose pieces give a custom, non-slip fit everytime.  Allows for airflow to prevent fogging.  Black Gloss frame, Polarized Gray/Blue Flash lenses. Only one pair of lenses is included (two eyeballs worth)

Lifetime warranty.  Hard case included that also carries spare lenses.  Microfiber lens cloth included.  Available in Polarized with AR Coating and mirrored lenses. Optical quality hinges for durability.  Interchangeable lenses manage any light condition with ease.  Durable polycarbonate lenses offer 100% UV protection.  Grilamid Frame is lightweight, strong and flexible.

 


 


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Average rating: based on 16 reviews.

Light, sturdy, aero

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Reviewed By: Sacramennah on 6/3/21

Looking into full Rx lenses for cycling glasses - $600 and up! These XX2i glasses at less than $80? That’s a no-brainer. They are light, sturdy, comfortable and fit well, with good air flow for no-fogging. The reader portion is perfect for checking Speedo or maps. This is a winner.

Should have done this a long time ago!

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Reviewed By: Tim Murphy on 4/19/21

My close vision has been blurry at best for years, making roadside repairs and reading maps and the phone difficult. These glasses solve the problem nicely. They fit well. They are a bit less full coverage than my previous shades but nothing I couldn't quickly get used to.

Worked great and more of a mirror look than Blue Blockers

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Reviewed By: Joe Brod on 5/18/20

As someone else said. I had Lasik a few years back and it totally destroyed my close reading. I need reading glasses to see anything close. It also has hastened with my age. Anyway, these glasses are great. I really love them and they are my main Sunglasses even when not riding. The photos show the glasses with a blue tint to them but I would say they are a neutral density (mirror) and don't have a Blue Blockers look through them

lightweight

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Reviewed By: William Enyart on 4/15/20

Got tired of carrying reading glasses and switching out to read phone or maps. Lightweight and fit well.

So clear

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Reviewed By: Howard Moore on 1/15/20

I got these so I could read my phone mounted on the handlebar. Perfect.

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