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    Fototec Glasses?

    Has anyone tried wearing photocromatic lenses(I think thats how it's spelled) in their sunglasses for racing? I am afraid they will change too slow when going in and out of the woods. Tifosi says it takes about 12 seconds to go from Dark to light does anyone make a lens faster then that?
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    Try Specialized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee
    Has anyone tried wearing photocromatic lenses(I think thats how it's spelled) in their sunglasses for racing? I am afraid they will change too slow when going in and out of the woods. Tifosi says it takes about 12 seconds to go from Dark to light does anyone make a lens faster then that?
    Thanks<><
    I have a tifosi forza phototec sunglasses and these are one of the best I've ever had. Its been through one and a half seasons and it is very durable and the lenses really do change quite quickcly

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    Tifosi

    I'm using Fototec... It is OK... I probably had my expectations set too high. For right now, I think they are the best (and most reasonably priced) option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cholopolitan
    I'm using Fototec... It is OK... I probably had my expectations set too high. For right now, I think they are the best (and most reasonably priced) option.
    lol, I wasnt expecting muh for the price of $35 but theyre pretty good

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    Yeah, the marketing got me. The Specialized site makes the technology seem like Navy SEAL shiyat.

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