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Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by eastbayliz, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. NE1for10is?

    NE1for10is? Semi-Pro

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    Update: The new VR28 Oakley rx lenses came in yesterday and I played a match with them for the first time today. (I have to preface this by saying that before this I've never been a particularly keen on sunglasses for tennis, as I like seeing clearly, so I was concerned I might not like playing in tinted lenses.)

    It was a bright sunny day today and the lenses were absolutely great. I love them. Not too dark, I could see the ball clearly, no glare and no color distortions. Definately worth the investment.

    My opponent was complaining after the match about serving into the sun, and frankly I didn't even notice the sun and never had any issue serving. (I won 6-2, 6-2)

    They also look pretty cool. They're predominantly brown, and there is a slight pink hue, which I'm told is the reason the yellow ball stands out, and they look good with the brown frames.

    Here's pic of them:

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  2. guitarplayer

    guitarplayer Guest

    Interesting. How much did you pay? I've got some Bolle Parole with the RX adapter coming in later this week. I'll let you know how they work out. A little nervous spending that money if they don't work out.
     
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  3. ericg

    ericg Rookie

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    I've been wearing the Oakley Jacknife model for many years and they work well for tennis. I have a strong prescription and have no issues. I order them online at Planet Optics for 360 dollars all in. The lenses are from Oakley. There are also extra earpieces available if they wear out over time.
     
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