I'll second that. In the past I have bought killer loops , rudy project and adidas , all are now broken. I bought two pairs from decathlon but have yet to break the first pair.
Not really, it's just that you are often paying for the name and maybe slightly better styling. Wickes (the DIY place) have got 'safety' glasses which look like bike shades in all but name. About £5 a pair. I'd go cheap, even if you have to buy more later.Krypton said:I must admit, a side of me does think about the cool factor, but are we saying cool = expensive = breakable?
Nah. The offsprings expensive Oakleys have lasted a couple or three of years, have been dropped on less than sympathetic surfaces and have stood up to almost daily wear exceedingly well. Cool, as we all know, does not mean what you wear, but how you wear it. Some of us *exude* cool naturallyKrypton said:I must admit, a side of me does think about the cool factor, but are we saying cool = expensive = breakable?
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