Sun in the eyes, what do you do?
I almost always ride with a full face helmet, face hugger sunglasses and open clear shield. The shield can come down as needed and the sunglasses can be removed as needed.
When the sun is high enough, I can simply tilt the head so that the brim of the helmet shades the eyes, but sometimes the sun is high enough to get directly into your eyes, but low enough that you can't tilt the head down.
Years ago, someone said have a removable "stick on" type window tint or some kind of tape. This is ok, IF the sun is at certain points, but not always, but here's the real problem. I don't like the shield down, I need that air on the face for cooling.
Q. what do you do to help with the sun in your eyes, esp when it's "right there".
I know if at certain spots, there's nothing you can do, but even if you can get it blocked where you can make out where the cars are, can help.
I'm thinking something solid on the top of the sunglasses.
What do you do?