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Helmets and glasses

Scott_0001Scott_0001 Posts: 32
edited May 2013 in Road buying advice
After taking up road cycling last month i'm in need for a better helmet as mine feels and looks like a space helmet and when going down hills the wind makes my eyes water like mad lol.

This is the bike i have so would like it to match as close as possible http://www.evanscycles.com/products/sco ... e-ec042439

As i'm new i'm not wanting to spend more than £40 on a helmet and same on the glasses.

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  • imposter2.0imposter2.0 Posts: 11,965
    Try some on - it's the only way. maybe look for a black one.
  • hatch87hatch87 Posts: 352
    for glasses, get some photochromic ones, they're a little bit more than £40 but means you can cycle in a range of conditions without swapping lenses. I cycle at dusk quite often so having one pair of glasses dealing with low sun and night time was perfect.
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  • priorypriory Posts: 743
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/5-Pairs-Barat ... 256aec8d01

    I use these most of the time , clear, yellow or grey . i buy them from a local safety shop. decathlon have a £7 version, but they have a strengthened upper rim which i prefer to avoid if possible since it can impede your view and makes you kink your head up more causing neck ache on a long ride. most cycle glasses have that fault.
    Raleigh Eclipse, , Dahon Jetstream XP, Raleigh Banana, Dawes super galaxy, Raleigh Clubman

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