Yep, they're the ones. Got mine a bit cheaper than $228 though.
Look for some photochromatic lenses (change tint depending on light automatically). They save you having to think about what lense to have in, especially when riding during transition lighting (sunrise, sunset).
Yes they cost a little extra but money well spent and can definately be bought under $150.
I am told Rudy Projects photo-chromatic lens glasses are great.
As for me I just keep buying cheap ones from anaconda, busting, losing or wearing them out and buying more. I must have had 5 pairs now and none of the lenes fit any of the other pairs.
New glasses are next on my must buy list, especially anti-fog/condensation ones.
I asked my family for wiggle vouchers for my 50th and treated myself to some Rudy Project photochromatic sunnies. I would never normally spend that amount of money on sunnies but I'm glad I got these, I'd be lost without them now, and being so expensive (IMO) I take good care of them, with the cheapies I used to leave them behind, sit on them, abuse them etc.
They aren't bad re anti fogging are light and comfy, i love 'em.
I just got some Jawbones off ebay for $152 inclusive of express postage. With the dark tinted lenses and yellow ones. Can send you the details of the seller if you want. He had 0 rep.. so not many people were bidding on them.
Oooo yes please! :)
Seems like Jawbones is the way to go - everyone's recommending them!
I got a pair of these after reading loads and loads of reviews and looking for some serious bang for buck!
comfy and pretty much fog free!
from memory I got mine from the states so they were cheaper again.
I have given up on expensive sunnies. I current have some bolle tinted safety glass, full UV, meets all the AUS standards, anti scratch / fog etc... http://www.bollesafety.com.au/products/spectacles/sidewinder.html
Also have a clear pair for night riding.
They are only $25 !!!! and depending on what industry you work in they are tax deductible :)
plus 1 for that... A cheap pair of safety glasses or cheapies from Torpedo7 or similar, does the job for me too... Cycling glasses tend to get pretty trashed with sweat, grit etc so no point spending heaps...
Another vote for Rudy Project glasses with photochromatic lenses - I got the Rydons from Wiggle just over a year ago: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/rudy-project-rydon-sunglasses-impactx-photo... (felt a little bad ordering o/s, but the price difference was enormous - at the time they were $160 from Wiggle or $400 at the LBS)
I had a pair of 9 month old Shimanos before that. They had 3 pairs of lenses - clear/amber/dark - and constant swapping in and out and storing extra pairs in jersey pockets (e.g. when riding in the late afternoon I'd start with dark lenses and bring amber or clear ones to swap in as it got darker) had thoroughly trashed them.
I can't say enough good things about the Rydons though. Apart from the convenience of using the same lenses for sunrise/daytime/sunset/night riding, after a year of use whenever I clean the lenses they still look brand new. I don't know whether it's the fact I never have to change the lenses (or store them in a jersey pocket), or the "ImpactX" feature they like to market, but I have never had a pair of year-old glasses in such good condition. Highly recommended.
Edit: For the ladies the Rydon II (same frame but smaller lenses) might be a better option: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/rudy-project-rydon-ii-sunglasses-impactx-ph...
I went to LBS, super elliots and bought a pair with 3 different lenses for $30.
I am pretty happy as my last 2 pairs I bought were pretty $$ and I dropped so often, slipped off helmet or just fell as they are so light, it happens way too often.
I did also find Rudy Projects to be most comfortable for my head shape when I was forking out more dollars.
Xmas is coming up, I may have to put on my wish list again.
As always, each to their own.