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Now available with four lens options, the dhb Ultralite Sunglasses are comfortable, lightweight and versatile.
 
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Do the job, lenses changeable
Posted06 November 2012
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"Lenses also swap OK with the DHB multiple lens glasses.
These lenses have air holes to reduce steaming (though i still mange to steam them up on a climb).
Really happy with them, though I've never experienced any of the super expensive glasses, so don't know what i'm missing.
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Pros: Great Value, Comfortable
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Now available with four lens options, the dhb Ultralite Sunglasses are comfortable, lightweight and versatile.
 

Changing lenses?

I have just taken delivery of my triples and would like to know how on earth I change the lenses? I want to put the clear in for night riding but thought I'd ask how to change before I started pulling and pushing.
Be brave (but don't blame me if you break them!). It is very tight first few times. You need to flex them "open" to pop the lens out at the nose - i.e. by pulling the outer edge of the glasses up on one side.
1 year, 5 months ago
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