$206.99 - $335.00
As the eyewear of choice for world champion cyclist Peter Sagan, the Speedcraft is fully loaded with 100%'s most advanced technology for the ultimate in sports performance. 100%'s signature lens with its cylindrical shield features 360-degree visibility in the riding position. Ultra-grip rubber nose and temple pieces help provide all-day comfort while the lower air scoops increase ventilation and reduce moisture on the lens. - High-impact resistant and lightweight polycarbonate lenses - 5-base cylindrical shield lens for increased peripheral view and protection - 360-degree visibility for unobstructed views and optimal field of vision - Interchangeable scratch-resistant lenses provide 100% UV protection - Lower air scoops to increase ventilation while reducing moisture on the lens - HYDROILO lens treatment repels water, dirt, and oil - Temple arm scoops to manage moisture - Shatterproof and lightweight Grilamid TR90 frame - Ultra-grip rubber nose pads and tips for a secure fit no matter how much you sweat
Thanks to its removable Invert frame, the Roam can convert from a rimless road cycling shield to a more burly mountain bike semi-rim. To make the frame even more adaptable, we’ve given it fully adjustable nose pads and temple tips, ensuring that it fits perfectly on a wide range of faces.
This model is the Invert version of the critically-acclaimed Seventh. As a patented Invert design, the frame runs along the bottom of the lens instead of over the top. This improves your field of vision, combats fogging and provides protection for your face in the event of a crash. Just like the Seventh, the Incline has fully adjustable nose pads and temple tips for a custom fit.
$50.00 - $150.00
The most stylish, sport semi-rim out there, the Seventh has a flat top to give it a more casual appearance than its more aggressive-looking peers. And it does this without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi rims so popular for athletic endeavours. In fact, the Seventh performs better than many frames out there because of its fully-adjustable, hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips that allow you to custom fit the frame to suit your face, your helmet and the desired amount of airflow behind the lens.
$49.99 - $149.99
Named after a technical trail in Squamish BC, this model looks as great as it needs to in order to be called the Cakewalk and get away with it. Its hidden techy components including hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips keep it in place when you want to use it for something more difficult than an actual cakewalk.
$59.99 - $139.99
Casual aviator meets sport semi-rim. A couple of concepts that are so face apart it’s hard to imagine that a brand would dare to bridge the gap. But we did and we couldn’t be happier. All of the performance advantages of a sport semi-rim with the ultra-laid-back look of a plastic aviator. It’s like Superman with dreadlocks.
$119.99 - $134.99
The Blok MTB goggle utilizes a frame designed around Giro's Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver an impressively wide field of view. A new, injected mirrored polycarbonate lens provides exceptionally clear optics and tear-off compatibility. The fit is comfortable and stable too, with a supervent foam that allows you to stay cool and focus on your lines without distraction. - Expansion View Technology (EXV) - Supervent foam - Double silicone-backed grip strap - Seamless Compatibility with all Giro helmets - Microfiber goggle bag - Off-road motorcycle certified - Over-the-Glasses technology (OTG) with temple cutouts for eyeglass frame pieces - Injected mirrored polycarbonate lens - Anti-fog coating - Tear-off compatible with 10-pack of tear-offs included - Bonus injected clear polycarbonate lens included - Large-sized, adult fit
The Tazz MTB goggle utilizes a medium frame designed around Giro's Expansion View Technology (EXV) to deliver a wide field of view with a minimal footprint that's comfortable on a variety of face shapes and sizes. Crisp optics and a tear-off compatible polycarbonate lens work with a comfortable, stable fit and supervent foam. The Tazz MTB allows you to stay cool and focused on the trail.
$50.00 - $100.00
Inspired by a Ryders classic, the Nelson is a taller and higher-tech version of the ever-popular Hillroy. Despite its handsome looks, it’s not all about style. Thanks to its big lenses along with its hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips, when it comes to performance it can stand toe-to-toe with much sportier-looking eyewear.
$49.99 - $99.99
Our most popular semi-rim style, the Strider is light and durable with adjustable nose-pads for optimum fitability. The classic shape is combined with aggressive lines to give the Strider its signature look.
$50.00 - $90.00
The Nimby features a lightweight, rimless design with a shield lens for an unobstructed field of vision. Designed to meet the demands of cyclists, the angle of the lenses and the resulting airflow can be customized by adjusting the nose pads.
$49.99 - $89.99
Clean lines inspired by time-honoured designs, the Jackson is a classic casual shape offering great coverage in a light-weight package.
You want to blur by the competition, but you want your vision to be crystal clear; enter Ryders Eyewear's Strider Photochromic glasses. Their TR90 frames offer incredible flexibility for all-day comfort, not to mention hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips so everything stays perfectly in place, even when the glasses get wet. The real clarity is in the lenses: they're photochromic so they automatically adjust tint levels according to the amount of sunlight at any given moment, they're shatterproof, and even scratch-resistant. If that wasn't enough, they're optically correct too so your vision stays distortion-free, and they're UV-protected for even more awesome performance.
The Xenon eyewear is a full-frame lifestyle and sport sunglass. It features flex frame technology and ultragrip nose and temple pieces so they stay secure on the face. They are fit for a medium-to-wide face and will make you look good on and off the bike.
Portland Design Works' foldable Mach Schnell Goggles are modeled after goggles the Army used in 1942 to protect soldiers' eyes from dust, snow, and rain. This handy rehash fills the same role, whether you're fighting your way through the Gobi, or fighting a sudden storm on the ride home. They boast tough, scratch-resistant lenses, ventilation holes, and a soft carrying bag, too.
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