Information about Panoptx Sirocco Sunglasses - Photochromic, Removable Eyecup
Closeouts. Whether taking to the blacktop on your motorcycle or busting up a few trails on the ATV, Pantoptx Sirocco sunglasses offer superior protection for motor and speed sports with an Orbital Seal eyecup that helps block wind, moisture, debris and glare.
Orbital Seal eyecups create goggle-like protection from wind, moisture debris and glare
Reviewed by Outdoors Bob from Haverhill, MA on Monday, September 12, 2011
This is my third pair of Panoptix - 2 with the polychromatic lens and 1 just polarized. I use for riding my ATV, snow skiing including ski patrolling as a member of NSP, bicycle riding both mountain and road bikes, hiking, kayaking...excellent glasses for all outdoor activities!
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Reviewed by Dandy Don from Rutland, VT on Monday, July 02, 2012
A big disappointment! They are advertised as polarized and they are not. They are advertised as chromatic and they do not change tint with light intensity. In my opinion they are not worth the sale price!
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Driving
Cons: Inadequate Tint, Inadequate Tint Change, Not Polarized
Reviewed by Zero motorcycle rider from St. Louis, Missouri on Thursday, June 28, 2012
Bought these for my husband who owns a Zero motorcycle. He absolutely loves them! Now he can feel the breeze, but still be able to have his eyes protected and see where he is going. They don't fog up and he says they are lightweight and fit great!
Describe Yourself: Career, Practical
Pros: Adequate Tint, Comfortable, Good Protection, Lightweight
Reviewed by Outdoor Girl from MD on Wednesday, June 13, 2012
I have severe dry eye and these glasses work great for bicycling and windy conditions. I have many pairs of these that I have converted to prescription glasses. I use them for driving (the AC and heater in the car really dry my eyes out very quickly), these glasses keep them from drying out. I also use them when I work on my computer (prescription clear version), Not the most attractive glasses for wearing as regular glasses, but my eyes feel so much better.
The L17 was the only one recommended for both Day and Night riding. The L16 was a Dawn to Dusk lens that was only recommended for Dawn to Dusk riding because the tint was too dark to wear at night.
I know what clear to grey is. The transitions Panoptyx I bought were clear, and become gray when exposed to light. I didn't think the copper ones changed to any other color. But for sure, the copper doesn't become clear. I have a pair of copper ones and they stay the color they are.
Answered on 2/7/2011 12:00:00 AM by Four eyes from Cockeysville, MD