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AMO sunglasses has sport sunglasses models with a single lens (called a “mask lens") and also models with two individual lenses. As a founder of a sports sunglasses company, a triathlete and ultra runner I am often asked what is the difference and which is better. This is a difficult question as to be honest, there are advantages and disadvantages for both types of sport sunglasses and often it just…
As a trail runner I need the following: - Lenses that really protect my eyes - Lenses that do not fog up. - They do not slip down on my nose all the time. - They stay put and don't fall off on downhills or jumping around. I bought the Ironcatcher from the Transformer series. See them here  With AMO's I got the above and more! 1. Interchangeable High Quality…
Anyone who does sports regularly has a pair of sunglasses. Just as anyone has a pair of trainers (running shoes).If you're going on a trail run you use trainers because they are designed for the trail. They may have extra grip or be more permeable to wick away water. If you're going to the gym or running on the road this may be less important and you want something super…
The other morning I went for a long trail run and at the same time field tested a new range of AMO lenses.The weather was humid and overcast and I was using a new pair of clear photochromic lenses which are ideal for the trials. The problem was, as I ascended the mountain near my house, on the trails into the clouds the lenses of the sports sunglasses started to…
When I go to sport exhibitions customers come in to the AMO sport sunglasses stand because they like the look of our products and often point to a particular type of sunglass that takes their fancy. I will give them the product to try on and ask them ONE QUESTION. Based on this one question I will often propose a type or model of AMO sport sunglass to them. I…
I have raced bikes for the last 12 years while living in New Zealand, Hong Kong and now Qatar. Sunglasses have never been something I liked wearing while riding, as when I am riding in a pack at speed peripheral vision and awareness is critical to staying upright. I tried a number of various brands in the past however I felt they obscured my vision, were a poor fit or…
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Thunderstorm series

Protection and clarity for cyclists, mountain bikers and triathletes

Firestorm (red) - pictured with mirror-finish medium-dark lens. Also available in Snowstorm (white), Twister (green)

PT10revised

Typhoon series

Lightweight and comfort for ultra runners, marathon runners, cyclists and triathletes

Nimbus (white) - pictured with optional NXT polarised dark lens. Also available in Cirrus (yellow), Gale (pink)

PT6revised

Transformer series

Strong and lightweight for multisports athletes including ultra runners, marathon runners, cyclists, mountain bikers and triathletes

Ironcatcher (black) - pictured with Revo blue lens. Also available in Prowler (white)

1PTrevised

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