These glasses fit my big head well, stay perched on my nose well, and give good eye coverage as well as good range of visibility up and down. Looking to the side, I do see the end of the arm protruding into my field of vision, but not a problem. Got the model that is spec'ed at cutting something like 15-45% of light, but have not been able to tell that the polychromatic effect is working - nevertheless, these have offered good eye protection for cloudy day rides and rides in the forests through which not much light is penetrating. In general, I like the look of them.
I couldn't justify an Oakley EVZero Path Photochromic and this Tifosi fits the bill! I prefer lighter tint sunglasses so I can see more of my surroundings and this one is just right. The fit is good and does not slip. It is comfortable and does not pinch.
Just bought these a couple weeks ago. (Grey, light night fototec). Theyre well made, light and comfortable. Unfortunately I thought the light night was part of the frame color description. Its actually referring to the fototec. It starts almost perfectly clear, and only darkens slightly when in full sun. I guess Ill have to find something different for daytime riding, because I still need to squint with these things on.
I got the light night lenses on the carbon frame and they are absolutely perfect for early morning pre-dawndawn rides that stretch into bright days on the coast. They get dark enough to cut the glare but bright enough to see in all conditions. Lack on frame on top make these perfect for aero-tucked descents in the drops and they are wide enough for my enormous 60cm (but pressure sensitive) noggin. Recommended!