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    Good to know they will take care of it if I break them. They are going strong so far and I'm not nice to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by trhoppe View Post
    Oakley Jawbone as they have replacable lenses and I don't like the look of the "non rim" glasses.

    Persimmon for the woods, mirror polarized for the road, clear at night.

    I'll probably grab a pair of the Scattante Matrix glasses when these finally break.

    -Tom
    I have tried on the Jawbone, which I like the look of the Jawbone the most over the half rim frames,but they also fit well and felt like they would stay on without a strap, while riding. I noticed that the bottom of the frame was a little thick and seems like it could be bothersome while looking down through the glasses. Does that bother you at while riding?

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    I have a pair of Jawbone with the vented photo chromatic lenses and use them primarily for road riding. Great for that. I also have a set of yellow vented lenses which I switch to for really cloudy dark days. The lower jaw protrusion doesn't interfere with my vision at all.
    For MTB-ing; I use either my Radar or the M Frames. I have vented black iridium for bright days and persimmon and yellow or clear for any other days.
    I have a pair of Flak jacket XLJ for driving with RX gold iridium lenses.
    Gotta love the O's!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikerjohn64 View Post
    I have a pair of Jawbone with the vented photo chromatic lenses and use them primarily for road riding. Great for that. I also have a set of yellow vented lenses which I switch to for really cloudy dark days. The lower jaw protrusion doesn't interfere with my vision at all.
    For MTB-ing; I use either my Radar or the M Frames. I have vented black iridium for bright days and persimmon and yellow or clear for any other days.
    I have a pair of Flak jacket XLJ for driving with RX gold iridium lenses.
    Gotta love the O's!
    Just curious as to why you don't use the Jawbone for MTB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cr500taco View Post
    Just curious as to why you don't use the Jawbone for MTB?
    Not enough airflow and the transition lenses seem a little dark in the treed tracks I normally ride. 70% of the time is under full canopy.
    I like the openness of the M-frames for MTB-ing.

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