Ive been through a lot of sunglasses. They seem fine for awhile but then limitations start appearing (fit, lenses, etc.).
The Wasp has yet to let me down. The photochromatic lenses work flawlessly (very noticeably on morningevening rides) and the fit is great due to the truly adjustable nose piece. I also have not experienced the typical fogging on long climbs.
I highly recommend!
I've owned three pair of Tifosi and replaced one pair because I wore them out. The others I replaced only because I wanted a change. And for around $50 - $60 it's not hard on the wallet. Honestly, what could make a pair of cycling glasses worth $200, other than brand snobbery? These glasses are light, the photochromatic lenses work well, and they look good.
I bought these because I wanted some photochromic glasses but didn't want to spend $100. Not sure if these are cheap because they're white, but 2 minutes with some sharpies took care of that.