Bobster Photochromic Fat Boy Sunglasses

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Bobster Photochromic Fat Boy Sunglasses

The Fat Boy photochromic sunglasses feature transitional lens technology. This photochromic technology is caused by molecular reactions to UV light that allows the lenses to darken reducing the amount of light reaching the eyes. The lens transmission allows 87%of light through indoors & allows 47% of light through outdoors. Featuring anti-fog, polycarbonate lenses. Increased comfort & protection with closed-cell memory foam around the eyes. The microfiber storage sleeve can be used for lens cleaning.

Features:
  • Frame Convertible: No
  • Frame Finish: High Gloss
  • Frame Foam Type: Closed cell EVA
  • Frame Material: Polycarbonate
  • Frame Measurements: Temple to Temple 135 mm, Height 44 mm
  • Frame RX Ready: Yes
  • Frame Temples: Skull
  • Lens Coatings: 100% UVA and UVB protection, Anti-Fog
  • Lens Color: These Photochromic lenses start with a light smoke tint and change to a darker Smoked Grey in direct UV light.
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lenses Interchangeable: No
  • Other Included Accessories: Microfiber Carry Pouch, doubles as cleaning cloth
  • Rx Limitation: +/-2 sph +/-2 cyl
  • Special Features: Photochromic, anti-fog lenses
  • Standards Met: CE EN-1836:2005
  • Storage: Microfiber Carry Pouch
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects
  • Item # 12578
  • SKU #
  • Mfr. Part #

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DON'T BE FOOLED!

Photochromatic does NOT mean transition!!!!!!!! I bought theses thinking I wouldn't have to worry about the light level outside anymore and boy was I wrong! This add is borderline false advertising! These lenses do not change in sunlight as the add would have you believe!!! Also too much air gets around the foam thus allowing dust and dirt in your eyes. Not worth the money in my opinion.

Brantley S. - August 21, 2012

(Pikeville, NC)

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Good Goggles for the $$$

These goggles are not meant for full face shield riders. They're a little big on the face, but still fit well underneath my helmet. Anti fog works well, but there's a slight decrease in performance when the shield is down. Photochroming is not what I had in mind when worn with the shield down. Other than that, these are great specs.

Bruvah - December 8, 2011

(Hampton, VA)

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good product

The glasses fit comfortably and keep the wind out of my eyes.

Bill - September 27, 2011

(Santa Barbara, CA)

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Do the job

They do have a strange fit around the ears. But overall, for the money, they are a good buy.

Richard - February 25, 2011

(Atlanta, GA)

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Good Photochromic Glasses

These glasses are hard to beat for the price. The fit is a little tight if you have a larger/wider head and may hurt after wearing them a while. However, they work great for night and day riding, hardly reducing your vision at all while killing the glare during the day. It's not a dramatic shift and not nearly as dark as 'sunglasses', but they making riding in the Hawaii sun glare free.

Rob - August 18, 2010

(Honolulu, HI)

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Photochromic Bobsters

The frame is so rigid that they don't conform to your face at all. I would have thought they would get a bit darker and replaceable lenses would be nice. They make great evening into dark glasses. Am happy with purchase but still not able to have only one pair of riding glasses.

R.T. Matthews - August 17, 2010

(Los Lunas, NM)

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Convenient

Very convenient, don't have to carry two sets of goggles/glasses. I even wear them with the full face sometimes. They don't save you from direct sunlight but what does. For me the fit was a bit of a problem. There is padding all around your eyes but no padding around the nose which lets air right into the corners of your eyes. I filled the gap with some foam but now they sometimes fog up a little. I still definitely recommend the glasses though.

Chris - August 3, 2010

(Ellicott City, MD)

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real comfortable

I love these glasses, had them about a month now and I'm so glad I got them. Most times I forget I'm even wearing them. They tint slightly in the sun which helps on the real bright days but don't darken to the point of most sunglasses. Great for day or night riding.

Thomas O - July 7, 2010

(Dudley, MA)

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Glasses

I was looking forward to getting one pair of glasses that I could use in the dark and sun. That’s not what I got, I got an expensive pair of safety glasses. They don’t change at all.

Chris Woodward - May 27, 2010

(Ridgeland, SC)

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Photochromic Fat Boy Sunglasses

A little bit too tight on each side of the head near the ears: Painful after a complete day. The lens are great either at night time or during full sunshine. If it is very warm and you don’t move, the perspiration of your face may fog the lens because the foams around the eyes are quite tight. However this is why they protect you well against the dust of the road. Overall, I am satisfied with my purchase.

Paul - April 12, 2010

(Montreal, QC)

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Bobster - Photochromic Fat Boy Sunglasses

The glasses are a comfortable fit and they do work in direct sunlight. Better than goggles as the sun goes down. They feel well built and should last a long time.

Ronald - March 9, 2010

(Stratford, CT)

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very good buy

Riding with fairing and 4" windshield these glasses have a tendency to vibrate at hwy speeds, not bad enough that you cannot see but annoying. Otherwise very good buy. Fit is good and I wear xxl helmet.

carl garbers - June 12, 2009

(slinger, WI)

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Bobster Fatboy Glasses

These are the best riding glasses that I have ever rode with. They fit great to the face not allowing any wind or dirt to the eyes. The automatic lens tint change from day to night riding making them a great all around one pair shade, and this feature works excellent. They are a bargain for the price and I am planning to get another pair just to have on hand.

Andy A. - May 4, 2009

(North Andover, MA)

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Great Glasses

These are very good quality glasses, and they feel very durable as well (haven't actually tested that yet). They fit those of us with large heads quite well (I wear a XL helmet). They are crystal clear in low light conditions, but don’t get dark enough on bright days. All and all good quality sunglasses

Tim - April 17, 2009

(Pittsburgh, PA)

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Great Glasses

I wear contacts and these glasses work great to keep the wind from drying them out! Would recommend for other Fat Head Bikers!

Big Gil - October 16, 2008

(San Antonio, TX)