Rcga32

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Was that because they used to be the “go-to” for cyclists before the radars came along?
Actually M-Frames were more the go-to ones.

But, to your question, not sure really... I guess I took a liking more to Radars and Radarlocks. Funny that for many years I was very much anti-Radar as I loved my M Frames so much (and lately I have found myself using M Frames more)
 

cacatman

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Actually M-Frames were more the go-to ones.

But, to your question, not sure really... I guess I took a liking more to Radars and Radarlocks. Funny that for many years I was very much anti-Radar as I loved my M Frames so much (and lately I have found myself using M Frames more)
I like the versatility of the Jawbones because they can be used for casual use as well. Radars look out of place if not used for sport, I find.
 

cacatman

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Actually M-Frames were more the go-to ones.

But, to your question, not sure really... I guess I took a liking more to Radars and Radarlocks. Funny that for many years I was very much anti-Radar as I loved my M Frames so much (and lately I have found myself using M Frames more)
I like the versatility of the Jawbones because they can be used for casual use as well. Radars look out of place if not used for sport, I find.
 

mjt42

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I like the versatility of the Jawbones because they can be used for casual use as well. Radars look out of place if not used for sport, I find.
Definitely versatile - I have a pair of Fathoms that I keep fitted with 3D lenses specifically for cinema use!!

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