Monday, July 18, 2011
Product Review: Ryders Hex Photochromic
Ryders offers a better way. While interchangable lenses are one way to address varying needs, it is not a practicle solution for environments like mine where light conditions are changing rapidly. Enter the Photochromic Lens. Photochromic means "capable of darkening or changing color when exposed to light". I took the Ryders Hex glasses with the photochromic lens for a test drive on Sunday, when the fog/cloud layer was heavy (see photo). I knew it would either burn off or I would climb above it, and that light conditions on that day would range from low to very bright.
Posted by Paul Shippey at 3:35 AM