Great Glasses for Price
Reviewed by Loose the Phone, Get Outside - Yeah...I'm Old from Colorado on Monday, September 28, 2015
I'm in my early 50's and have tried many different methods of improving fine eyesight for the requirements of fly-fishing. I usually just take readers and swap out my polarized sunglasses when I need to tie on tippet, flies or untangle. It's cumbersome and time consuming. I hate bifocals mostly because the magnifying lens is too high in the line of the eye which makes it difficult to wade. That's why I don't wear them. I've been trying to find a bifocal that's lower in the lens because the only time I'm using them is when I'm looking down. The bifocal lens in these glasses is manufactured lower than anything else I've found; still not as low as I'd like. They're plastic which means lightweight and seem as durable as plastic lenses can be. I've used them on the water once so far and was pleased with the result. Definitely worth the price.
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