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Dragon Optical Pro Rail
Features:
  1. Wraparound for full eye protection
  2. interchangeable lenses
  3. Maximum UV protection
  4. Defogging vents in lenses
  5. Sure grip nose and ear guards
Dragon Optical Pro Rail
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Reviewed by Tim

Rating out of 10: 9.0
Price:
$105
Supplied by:
Dragon Optical

At first glance these sunglasses appear to be similar in shape to your typical low quality plastic shade. But once you put them on you realize that these glasses are in a league of their own. I have a small and seemingly slender face, which makes it difficult to find sunglasses that are not too wide. If I look for a smaller frame I find that light penetrates through the edges of the frame therefore offering little if no protection. For these reasons I was somewhat skeptical about trying out another pair of shades. What I find with the Pro Rail eyewear is that this frame is specially designed for the smaller wearer. The wraparound frame contours to the face and eliminates almost all light penetration.

Another great feature of the Pro Rail is the interchangeable polycarbonate lenses, which account for all conditions. Whether you are using them during the day, at dusk, or at night, there is a lens specially designed to accommodate you. Also, these lenses are shatterproof and provide full protection against debris. I found neither lens distortion nor lack of clarity in these sunglasses, which was ideal. In fact I found that the clarity was heightened. With 100% protection from harmful UV rays, these shades offer full protection.

The only issue that I found with the Dragon Pro Rail sunglasses were that they seem to slightly fog in the upper right hand corners after a hard workout. Of course this has only happened a few times and therefore I do not see it as a problem. The vents in the lenses do eliminate most of the fogging issue.

Overall these are excellent sunglasses; offering full protection from debris, harmful UV rays, and stocked with interchangeable lenses for all conditions. Let us not forget that these shades look extremely cool. One could wear them for numerous occasions outside of strictly biking. These are one of the best sunglasses I have ever owned!


Reviewed by Lee

Rating out of 10: 9
Price: $114.99
Supplied by:
Dragon Optical
Dragon Optical Ranger

No e-mail or cell phone, it's not my style! So when my daughter asked me to review a pair of sunglasses the next time I rode SIMPLE, my one speed coaster brake bicycle, to work, I was surprised! What could be so unique about sunglasses?

Well I was very pleasantly surprised! Usually I don't wear my prescription sunglasses when I ride my bike, because they slip and slide. The Dragon Pro Rail on the otherhand were very comfortable to wear. The rubber on the temples made the fit very secure and the frames were light weight. Today was a fairly sunny day and I have to admit it was much more comfortable riding with the glasses. Additionally, my eyes felt protected from the wind as well as the glare of the sun. All in all I was very impressed with the glasses and a little embarrassed to admit that it could be time for me to come onboard with some updated equipment to make riding "Old Simple" a little more enjoyable... even if I did write this review in long hand! Old habits dies hard!

Dragon Optical Pro Rail
Features:
  1. Wraparound for full eye protection
  2. interchangeable lenses
  3. Maximum UV protection
  4. Defogging vents in lenses
  5. Sure grip nose and ear guards
Dragon Optical Pro Rail
click image for larger view



Reviewed by Tim

Rating out of 10: 9.0
Price:
$105
Supplied by:
Dragon Optical

At first glance these sunglasses appear to be similar in shape to your typical low quality plastic shade. But once you put them on you realize that these glasses are in a league of their own. I have a small and seemingly slender face, which makes it difficult to find sunglasses that are not too wide. If I look for a smaller frame I find that light penetrates through the edges of the frame therefore offering little if no protection. For these reasons I was somewhat skeptical about trying out another pair of shades. What I find with the Pro Rail eyewear is that this frame is specially designed for the smaller wearer. The wraparound frame contours to the face and eliminates almost all light penetration.

Another great feature of the Pro Rail is the interchangeable polycarbonate lenses, which account for all conditions. Whether you are using them during the day, at dusk, or at night, there is a lens specially designed to accommodate you. Also, these lenses are shatterproof and provide full protection against debris. I found neither lens distortion nor lack of clarity in these sunglasses, which was ideal. In fact I found that the clarity was heightened. With 100% protection from harmful UV rays, these shades offer full protection.

The only issue that I found with the Dragon Pro Rail sunglasses were that they seem to slightly fog in the upper right hand corners after a hard workout. Of course this has only happened a few times and therefore I do not see it as a problem. The vents in the lenses do eliminate most of the fogging issue.

Overall these are excellent sunglasses; offering full protection from debris, harmful UV rays, and stocked with interchangeable lenses for all conditions. Let us not forget that these shades look extremely cool. One could wear them for numerous occasions outside of strictly biking. These are one of the best sunglasses I have ever owned!


Reviewed by Lee

Rating out of 10: 9
Price: $114.99
Supplied by:
Dragon Optical
Dragon Optical Ranger

No e-mail or cell phone, it's not my style! So when my daughter asked me to review a pair of sunglasses the next time I rode SIMPLE, my one speed coaster brake bicycle, to work, I was surprised! What could be so unique about sunglasses?

Well I was very pleasantly surprised! Usually I don't wear my prescription sunglasses when I ride my bike, because they slip and slide. The Dragon Pro Rail on the otherhand were very comfortable to wear. The rubber on the temples made the fit very secure and the frames were light weight. Today was a fairly sunny day and I have to admit it was much more comfortable riding with the glasses. Additionally, my eyes felt protected from the wind as well as the glare of the sun. All in all I was very impressed with the glasses and a little embarrassed to admit that it could be time for me to come onboard with some updated equipment to make riding "Old Simple" a little more enjoyable... even if I did write this review in long hand! Old habits dies hard!

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