Adidas Elevation Clima Cool
Overall comfort and very efficient
After trying on numerous types of Cat 4 mountaineering glasses I settled for these largely based on fit. Most of the glasses I tried weren't suitable for mountaineering wear for those of us with a narrower face but these fit like a glove. Unfortunately they aren't photochromic but if thats the only down side then its totally manageable.
16 July 2014
Glasses or goggles. Great I thought!
Great idea, nice design and easy to use.
Comfortable to wear in either goggle or glasses mode.
Changing lenses and arms to headband is easy and feels secure.
Quality of vision through lenses is good in sunny and cloudy conditions.
Great for biking and sunny skiing.
Issues: After only 5 days skiing.
Not sure they are worth their hefty price tag and I feel much cheaper competitors would have done the job at a fraction of the price.
Why also are the black version approximately Â£35 more expensive than other colours. Poor gimmick!.
Elasticated head strap does not fit all ski helmets. Beware!
When snowing, their claim of anti-fog didn't live up to the claim. They misted up just like any other model and were poor at clearing.
The lens coating scratched easily on the first day of use and now just peels away. This is a very week point of the lenses and I believe will not last very long.
Overall rating: Good, but not really worth their price tag.
28 January 2014
Great snug fitting glasses, with the benefit doubling up as goggles.
Great snug fitting glasses with the additional benefit of doubling up as goggles.
27 January 2014
Great on snow. But a bit fiddly.
Very light and comfortable and ventilate well. But intricate fittings are too fiddly to be practical on the move, so the pad got left behind.
29 July 2013
Product performs well
The glasses perform well in all conditions except heavy snowfall, both lenses are suitable for purpose, concerns about the glasses being a little fragile have proved to be unfounded.
26 February 2013