Bright brand or other cycle glasses
Has anyone purchased cycle glasses from Bright? Their prices seem very good. The Tessera90 model has interchangeable colored shields and a prescription insert. I have had trouble with a Wiley X where the lens adapter sat at an angle to my line of sight and caused distortions and poor vision correction. I cannot tell from the Bright photos if the curvature radius of the shield is large enough to allow the adapter to sit flat behind the shield. I do use progressive lenses. Does anyone have other brands or models they would suggest?
I have now put bifocal lenses into my Wiley X Rx adapters. This has solved my blurry distance vision complaint as I now have full width lens correction for distance viewing (I am nearsighted). I had the lenses made with the bifocal area pushed as far down toward the bottom edge of the lenses as possible. That gives me the maximum corrected distance viewing area when riding. The bifocal area lets me look at maps or do trailside repairs on my bike. I don't miss middle distance correction when riding. So, I am now happy with my Wiley X cycle glasses and their Rx adapters.