Bobster Road Hog II Sunglasses

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Bobster Road Hog II Sunglasses

Regulate the road with this adaptable eyewear that is both convertible and interchangeable. Ideal for use any time of day or night and in any environment, this eyewear features four different sets of interchangeable polycarbonate lenses as well as a detachable, adjustable strap for quick conversion from sunglass to goggle. Two sets of removable foam are included; producing one pair of eyewear that can be worn 24 different ways.

Features:
  • Frame Color: Black
  • Frame Convertible: Yes
  • Frame Finish: High Gloss
  • Frame Foam Type: 2 Sets of Removable Foam
  • Frame Material: Grilamid TR90
  • Frame Measurements: Temple to Temple 133 mm, Height 40 mm
  • Frame RX Ready: Yes
  • Frame Temples: Skull
  • Lens Coatings: 100% UVA and UVB protection
  • Lens Color: 4 Sets - Anti-fog Smoked, Amber, Dual- Grade Reflective, & Clear
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate
  • Lenses Interchangeable: Yes
  • Other Included Accessories: Carry pouch, Removable & Adjustable Goggle Strap, 2 Removable Foams, 4 Sets of Lenses, Microfiber Cleaning Cloth
  • Rx Limitation: +/-5 sph +/-2 cyl
  • Special Features: 2 removable foam liners & QRS Technology
  • Standards Met: CE EN-1836:2005
  • Storage: Carry Case
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime against Manufacturing Defects
  • Item # 8572
  • SKU #
  • Mfr. Part #

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Overall Rating: 4.00 of 5

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Adequate

Good product. Lens area is a bit small but otherwise no complaints. Cannot rate them for durability I have not had them long enough.

Joe - October 24, 2014

(Bethany, CT)

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too much air

if you wear contacts like I do they dry your eyes out. there is a big gap between frame and the padding

clayton - June 9, 2011

(belle chasse, LA)

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So far, so good

These actually look pretty cool and fit well on me. I have a more narrow head shape so results may vary. The thing is they fit a lot better without the foam seal thing that goes around it. More air seems to get in when those inserts are in. The thick foam one kinda limits my peripheral vision a bit. Finish? Meh it is what it is. The lenses aren't really easy to swap out. You really need to sit down and have at it for a bit. The more you do it, the more used to it you get. But you will smudge the heck outta them every swap. Sometimes I feel like I'm going to break them when changing out lenses. Good deal though on all the functions of these shades, four different colored lenses, case, 2 foam inserts, microfiber cloth, and strap to convert to goggles. Not sure how the quick release snaps will hold up after a lot of use, but these shades are pretty cheap so it's not like a huge deal if they break down over the year. I'd recommend for a quick and easy pair of shades if you need em.

Mike - May 17, 2011

(Chicago, IL)

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Road Hog II Sunglasses

These glasses are great, I even put the strap on them instead of the regular earpieces and use them for water sports.

Glenn - September 24, 2010

(chattanooga, TN)

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The best glasses

The best glasses I have ever owned.

Jason S. - September 2, 2010

(chesnee, SC)

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Good buy

I have had my glasses for 2 years. You get clear vision through the lenses. They are easy to change. Some states require eye protection at all times. So it takes 1 minute to change from tinted to clear lenses for day and night riding. Also, having the interchangeable foam pads is nice. That way you have your choice of comfort. I lost a set of lenses and called the company. I got quick reliable service. I will buy another set when I have to.

wes - September 22, 2008

(aurora, IL)

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bobster ll

i have found that with wear, the glasses lose the snugness of fit they had when new to the point of almost blowing off (in the regular frame configuration, which i prefer) when you turn your head to double check a possible blind spot before changing lanes above approx 40 mph. a tighter fit would make me recommend to others, but until then, i would not. i do like the interchangeable lenses once you get the hang of it tho.

John - July 14, 2008

(reading , PA)