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Are Your Prescription Motorcycle Glasses Giving You Problems?

One of the main complaints  that many motorcycle riders have is that the prescription motorcycle glasses they have to wear hurt their eyes. Some prescription motorcycle glasses frustrate many riders. Some of the top complaints are that sometimes they have trouble seeing from them, they have headaches and migraines, ear pain, and irritation of the nose.

Thankfully, there are things that can be done to make sure each rider is wearing motorcycle glasses that fit them properly and that the glasses are the correct prescription. You should not look at motorcycle glasses as a one-size-fits-all accessory. There are many things you will need to consider so you will make the right decision when it comes to choosing your prescription motorcycle glasses.

How Does It Fit?

Your motorcycle glasses should not easily move. Regardless of the conditions you are riding in, your glasses should not constantly move. However, your glasses should not be so tight that they cause you to ride in pain.

Every face is not shaped the same way, so why should you settle for glasses that do not fit the shape of your face? There are so many styles, features, sizes, etc. on the market that you will be sure to find prescription motorcycle glasses that are just right for you.

How Are You Wearing Them?

Motorcycle glasses are essential when you are riding, and it does not matter how far you plan to ride. Motorcycle glasses should always be a part of your gear. You have to wear them the way they are designed to be worn because if you do not, you can put pressure on your forehead and your eyes which will result in you being uncomfortable while riding.

People typically wear the motorcycle glasses the wrong way when they begin to feel uncomfortable. If you find yourself wearing glasses in every way other than how you know they should be worn, you probably should not wear them any longer. This is a sign that your motorcycle glasses need to be evaluated and changed to another pair.

Your Lenses

Did you know that every lens color will have different strengths? If you have the wrong shade of lenses placed in your frames, you could be in some serious discomfort.

Your eyes can become fatigued or you will have to constantly strain your eyes just so you can see. You should think about every situation and where you will typically ride so you can have an idea of what shade of tint you may need for your prescription motorcycle glasses if you choose to wear tint over your lenses.

Are They Cleaned?

How do you store your motorcycle glasses when they are not being worn? If you do not properly care for them and store them, you will have more problems than you want. You will always be in pain because you will not be able to see clearly. If your glasses are dirty, scratched, stain, broken, etc. you will be extremely uncomfortable when you try to see out of them. You have to take care of your glasses if you want to continue using them for a long period of time.

Since you are wearing prescription motorcycle glasses, if your prescription is too strong you will have constant headaches, eye strain, eye fatigue, and you will not be able to see clearly. If you have not had an eye exam lately, you should make an appointment. Your prescription may not be up-to-date. You should also have an eye exam to ensure that the motorcycle glasses you are wearing are not a problem for your eyes.

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