Shooting glasses for spec wearers ?

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the most versatile lens I’ve got in the ZS frames is a yellow to photochromatic dark brown . Great on game days as well as clays . ZS were once called Zeiss Sport and distributed by Zeiss . I first wore them nigh on forty years ago . They are no longer connected to Zeiss , who now push Pilla as the the go to lens with more colours than Farrow and Ball . I reckon millions and millions and millions of clays must have been shot by people wearing this frame .

I went from RE Rangers to ZS Sport prescription glasses a couple of years ago. Excellent quality and value for money.
 
I chose a lens with height, they will set the nose pieces so they sit high. Hope that helps
 
I chose a lens with height, they will set the nose pieces so they sit high. Hope that helps
Ps Ed Solomons and the other Ed do really nice titanium ones which I will get when they restock. No affiliation.
 
the ultradrive arrived, my first prescription light enhancers, my goodness, I am quite surprised at how much difference they make, I wore them driving last night and they are rather good. The world looks so much better! Cheers Will.

i had them set high.

you have to ask the optician in store as it’s not an option on line. But they know about it.
 
I bought two pairs of the Zeiss prescription shooting glasses from JHS. Great quality, adjustable bridge. I bought purple and orange. Very comfortable. Price was also reasonable, cheaper for two pairs than some of the big name non presription multi lens deals.
 
I bought two pairs of the Zeiss prescription shooting glasses from JHS. Great quality, adjustable bridge. I bought purple and orange. Very comfortable. Price was also reasonable, cheaper for two pairs than some of the big name non presription multi lens deals.
Sounds and looks excellent.
 
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Interesting thread.
I wear daily varifocals but use bifocals for shooting and both work well.
But I occasionally have a focus issue for mid range, 5-10 feet when wearing the bifocals and I was told that a tri-focal might help but I'm not sure whether they would impinge on distance or confuse the wearer.

Has anyone got or tried tri-focal lenses?

Thanks
 
I have an old Pilla Sebring model. After my sight went south I went to optician here (Slovenia) and then sent the specs I got to Ed Lyons (UK). We chose the colour/tint and I have sent him the pic of me with mounted gun toward camera...Without meeting him, he supplied me with lenses that fit and work bespokely - am very happy.

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I have an old Pilla Sebring model. After my sight went south I went to optician here (Slovenia) and then sent the specs I got to Ed Lyons (UK). We chose the colour/tint and I have sent him the pic of me with mounted gun toward camera...Without meeting him, he supplied me with lenses that fit and work bespokely - am very happy.

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Which model are these frames? Thanks!
 

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