Rx shooting glasses questions
Welcome to M4C, and thanks to you and LAV for the generous 40% off coupon.
I am looking for some new prescription shooting glasses. My current shooting needs include pistols, rifles, and clays (skeet/sporting clays). As a result, I am considering the Rydon Shooting pack that includes 5 different lenses colors. I spoke to a gentleman on the phone, and he said I can swap out different lenses to match my needs.
I'd like some assistence in choosing the correct model frames and lenses for my needs. First, my prescription is as follows:
Right: -150 sph, -3.25 cyl, 92 axis
Left: -150 sph, -4.00 cyl, 77 axis
PD: 32 OU (64)
Which model of frames would you recommend? My optomotrist always recommends I get Rx glases that are as straight across as possible (no curve), because of the high cylinder values. I'd like to know if the inserts are the best option for my prescription, or if something else is recommended. Can your company cut my Rx lenses, or will my local place need to do it since the cylinder values are so high?
On your website, I notice some glasses show a maximum of +/- 4.00 cylinder. What happens if I use the inserts and my Rx goes above that?
Also... I am thinking these lense colors would be best for my uses:
Clear- indoor shooting, or dark outside
Smoke Black - sunny outside pistol/rifle shooting
Laser Copper - clays shooting, sunny
Yellow - overcast clays shooting
Racing Red - low light clays shooting
What other colors would you recommend instead of these 5?
What is the warrantee/return policy on these glasses, especially given that the Rx inserts will be used?
Thanks for your time!
Last edited by Chris17404; 01-11-11 at 13:19