Motorcycle Sunglasses with Photochromic Lenses

Need a pair of motorcycle glasses for sun and dark?

Motorcycle Sunglasses with Photochromic Lenses

Motorcycle Sunglasses with Photochromic LensesMotorcycle sunglasses with photochromic lenses are the most versatile pair of bike shades you can get. These are the motorcycle glasses that change from clear to dark in the sun, allowing you to literally ride off into the sunset without changing your sunglasses.

Photochromic lenses are more commonly known by the popular Transitions® brand name. These are the benchmark in photochromic lens technology, because Transitions® patented their original formula.

Nowadays, photochromic lenses can be made into any kind of prescription, put into pretty much any frame, and made in almost any lens material.

If you’re looking for motorcycle sunglasses with photochromic lenses, here’s what you should know about them:

  • Motorcycle sunglasses with photochromic lenses turn into gray or brown sunglasses in the sun and clear riding glasses at night.
  • Photochromic motorcycle glasses come in any type of prescription in almost any type of frame.
  • Prescription motorcycle glasses come in gray or brown. Gray is slightly darker; brown is contrast enhancing.
  • If your eyes are sensitive to the sun, photochromic lenses may not be for you. They do not get as dark as polarized lenses.
  • Motorcycle sunglasses with prescription lenses work best with a helmet that does not have a visor, as some visors block the UV rays required to make the lenses change.

Having to pull over at sunrise or sunset to change your glasses is a pain.

Shop Transitions Motorcycle Glasses

If you’re looking for a great, versatile, all-in-one pair of motorcycle glasses, these are for you. Check out the selection of motorcycle glasses with photochromic lenses (often called Transitions┬«) online to find a pair that’s right for you.

If you have any questions about prescription motorcycle sunglasses, photochromic lenses, or what’s right for you, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. Thanks for reading, and happy riding!

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