25 Jan '13, 11am

Optic Nerve Sunglasses Review: A review of multiple Optic Nerve sunglassses from the perspective of a trail runn...

Optic Nerve Sunglasses Review: A review of multiple Optic Nerve sunglassses from the perspective of a trail runn...

After nearly two years of wearing these glasses almost exclusively, I would expect that natural wear and tear would leave these glasses scratched up, stretched out, and fairly unusable. However, they remain as resilient and flexible as ever. In the meantime I’ve continued to feed my addiction by purchasing other manufacturer’s models, but when it comes down to the five-hour long run or race day I’m consistently reaching for my Optic Nerve Neurotoxin. Last year, after a mountain bike fall which scratched one of the lenses, I contacted Optic Nerve to buy a replacement lens. Pleasantly, I was talking to a sales representative instantly without any of the usual automated system crap, and I was able to order a replacement lens for the incredibly modest price of $10. While I am slightly disappointed that these glasses are made in China, I am extremely impressed with the affordab...

Full article: http://www.irunfar.com/2013/01/optic-nerve-sunglasses-rev...

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KSwiss Blade Light Run II General info: KSwiss has brought back for another round its neutral light-weight shoe the Blade ...