Bobster Caliber Sunglasses

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Bobster Caliber Sunglasses

This sleek set of eyewear allows for versatility according to weather and light conditions. The Bobster Caliber Sunglasses feature a lightweight frame with three sets of interchangeable lenses so you can carry one set of sunglasses during your next ride.

Features:

  • Interchangeable lenses allows for use during multiple light levels
  • Rubber nose piece ensures glasses don't slip down the nose
  • Includes 3 sets of lenses, carry case and microfiber cleaning cloth

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Overall Rating: 3.93 of 5

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Good glasses!

I was leery of ordering motorcycle glasses online without being able to try them on first. They are a great fit and look good. I used them all last summer, I had no problems swapping in and out the colored lenses depending on the kind of light I was riding in. The only thing I would change about these glasses, I wish they would also come with a yellow tint to brighten things up for dusk riding. Overall though, very happy with them and will likely order another pair.

Jena - April 2, 2014

(Appleton, WI)

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These are great but the frame is indeed brittle. Usually kept the brown lenses in a few swaps eventually snapped the frame after about a year of use.

Andrew - August 9, 2012

(olney, MD)

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Cheap-breakable

I wouldn't recommend them. I liked the way they fit, liked the style and the option to switch out lens, however it's not easy swapping out lenses. The frame is very brittle and not very flexible. The 3rd time I swapped the lens out, the frame snapped.

Travis - July 20, 2011

(Houston, TX)