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Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark, Eyewear - Fat Skeleton UK
Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark, Eyewear - Fat Skeleton UK
Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark, Eyewear - Fat Skeleton UK
Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark, Eyewear - Fat Skeleton UK
Sturgis 24 Fat Skeleton Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark
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Sturgis 24 Fat Skeleton Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark

Regular price £109.99 Sale

 

Sturgis 24 Fat Skeleton Prescription Rider Eyewear-Clear to Dark

Need to ride wearing glasses? Why risk damaging your standard prescription glasses when riding?

Check out this ingenious solution which has helped 1000's of UK motorcyclists enjoy their riding even more!


Simply take the padded insert into your local optician along with your prescription...the completed insert then clips neatly behind the lenses frame and you've got your correct vision.

The lenses are SHATTERPROOF photochromic items that react to light. They're clear indoors & at night but darken like sunglasses in sunlight. So you only need one pair of glasses for all conditions.

Includes interchangeable goggles strap & hard case  

We've sold 1000's of these so if you have any technical questions, please call us on 0115 963 5837 Office Hours

Customer You Tube Review

 

Footnote: The lenses darken when they are exposed to UV400 light - most modern cars have a UV400 filter built into them - they will NOT darken if you use them in your car or behind a clear helmet visor with a UV filter 

Getting Your Prescription Lenses Fitted Update: January 2024.

Some customers have left feedback, particularly with regards to Specsavers (and some other independent opticians) , saying the branch they visited couldn't fit their prescription lenses to the insert.

What the branch means is they DON'T WANT to take the job on, as one optician we know said "it's probably not going to make enough money for them, or more than likely it's out of their comfort zone as they haven't fitted inserts before (even though it's very simple & straightforward)

Also, check out this email we just received from a very happy customer

"Just had eyet est at Specsavers and got the lenses for the rider sunglasses no problem. Great product, great service. I read some reviews saying that Specsavers didn't do it for them but I had no problem at all. I'll certainly be using Fat Skeleton again!"


 

 

Ally Tennick Just done a 400 mile trip over the weekend with the prescription version of these. Love them!

 

Steve Mclennan Got them with the prescription lens insert, blind welder🤓😁, absolutely faultless, look cool, yellow lens like someone switched the lights on at night really does cut out glare from headlights, quick transition from. £150 to get my prescription lenses.

 

 

 

 


 

Customer Reviews

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Sean B
Made riding a pleasure again!

Bought a pair of these & got them glazed with no issues whatsoever. Absolutely brilliant, they've made riding a pleasure again!

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Robby S
Simply The Best!!

Quite simply the best glasses I've EVER had for biking!!

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Mr D
No problem getting lenses fitted

Just had eye test at Specsavers and got the lenses for the rider sunglasses no problem on the two for one offer. Great product, great service. I read some reviews saying that Specsavers didn't do it for them but I had no problem at all. I'll certainly be using Fat Skeleton again

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Brooksy
Brilliant

Brilliant product, does exactly what its supposed to!
My local Specsavers fitted bifocal lenses and they work a treat.

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Graham Webbb
Great glasses for using on the bike.

These glasses are pretty good for using on the bike, they help with the glare of the sun and protect your eyes well. I find the foam around them helps keep pollen out of my eyes in the summer. A local opticians charged me £35 to get the inserts glazed so it helps to shop around if you have a copy of your prescription.

If you find they are a bit loose and slipping down your nose you can carefully bend the ends of the arms in and too a lesser extent the front of the glasses to bring them in.

When I first put them on it feels a bit odd looking through the double layer of lenses, this is more apparent indoors but out on the bike I don't notice and they seem great.

If its a bit of a hot day the inserts can steam up a bit indoors but I have had no problem on the bike but I am interested to see how they perform on a rainy humid day or a wet day in Winter. So far I think they were a great buy, the reactive lenses work well and give clear vision and as I like to ride with my visor up I am glad of the eye protection over normal specs, especially around the sides.