Bolle Tactical Goggles have anti-scratch lenses and offer panoramic vision, with great ventilation to prevent fogging up. They are comfortable to wear, and protect your eyes from spring allergies, wind burn, bugs, and dust.
For years now I have suffered from eye allergies every spring, thanks to my bike commuter cycling habit. Every spring for about 15 years I have suffered from sore, red eyes all day long. I get to work feeling fresh and fit – but looking like I haven’t slept for a week. My inflamed eyes are so ugly that I can hardly recognize the bleary-eyed old man who looks back at me from the mirror. Instead of looking like an athlete, I look like I’ve been partying all night!
But I want to keep being a bike commuter! I have tried a lot of remedies for spring eye allergies – over the counter allergy pills, prescription Nasonex … you name it. Nothing worked. Similisan allergy eye drops relieved the symptoms, but didn’t stop the problem from starting in the first place. And I kept on looking like I hadn’t slept in a week.
It seemed like there was no way out. I was not going to give up cycling every day, but two hours exposure to spring allergens every day left me looking and feeling like a wreck.
But last week, I finally found a way to prevent spring eye allergies. It’s simple and effective, and not even very expensive. Basically, I just bought a pair of [easyazon_link identifier=”B003ICSF7W” locale=”US” tag=”avejoecyc0e-20″]Bolle Tactical Goggles[/easyazon_link].
I wear my Bolle Tactical Goggles whenever I cycle, and they provide total protection for my eyes. Maggie says I look like a giant bug, but I really don’t care. My eyes feel great: no more allergic, runny eyes, no more eye pain.
These Bolle Tactical Goggles have anti-scratch lenses and panoramic vision, plus they are very well ventilated at the top and the bottom, which completely prevents them from fogging up. They are comfortable to wear, and in the early spring they are providing some welcome, cozy protection from the cold air. I am not sure how comfy they will be once it gets warmer, but I’m optimistic they won’t be too hot. And of course, once we’re past the allergy season, my Oakley’s will probably be good enough.
I highly recommend Bolle Tactical Goggles to protect your eyes from spring allergies. And they also protect my eyes from wind burn, bugs, and dust.
I have a pair of prescription Oakley’s, and they do not give me NEARLY as much protection from spring allergans. They are great for the rest of the year, but they do not protect me from spring allergens – and my Bolle Tactical Goggles do. So for me it comes down to a simple choice – I can look good and have sore eyes, or I can look like a giant cycling bug, and have happy eyes.
For me, it’s a no-brainer: Bolle Tactical Goggles are the answer to spring eye allergies while cycling! For less than $100 from Amazon, they are an excellent buy.
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