Sunglasses are an essential accessory for any cyclist. Even the world champions use the same Oakley Jawbreaker you own, during the Grand Tours, they are showed off by the most ambitious - this most of us tend to wear what the idol wears.
But it's not all about fashion: glasses are created to protect the eyes from the sun, dangerous during cycling because of the sudden glare, and can overcome the sudden changes in brightness between the areas of shadow and light while offering a 'optimum protection against external influences such as dirt, gravel, insects and dust present on our path.
There are frames suitable for all faces, ergonomic and comfortable with various shapes and adjustments, they are superlight thanks to advanced and shock-resistant materials.
The key word is flexibility: majority of the lenses are interchangeable to lend itself to use at 360 degrees that can range from night rides to cycling at sunset with the sun straight in the face; anti-reflective, polarized or photochromic lenses can be used in various conditions, the selections are very widespread.
Even the most demanding cyclist will be satisfied by the many available solutions.
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