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Buy Ryders Seventh Sunglasses – 2017 – Review

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Review for Ryders Seventh Sunglasses – 2017

The most stylish semi-rim out there. The Seventh’s flat top gives it a boxy shape that is typically found in more casual models, without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi-rims so popular for cycling. The Seventh also features adjustable temple tips and nose pads.Medium-Large Fit: Lens Width: 132mm Hydrophillic, adjustable nose pads + temple tips 100% protection from UVA, UVB, UVC + harmful, high-energy light to 400nm Injected Polycarbonate Lenses Optically correct – Our lenses are decentred, making them optically correct, eliminating distortion to combat eye fatigue when worn for long periods of time. Shatterproof Lenses Scratch-resistant hard coating – this coating makes the lenses many times more scratch-resistant than Polycarbonate lenses on their own Hydrophobic Lens Coating – An altogether misleading name, this coating isn’t nearly as scared of water as water is of the coating. In fact, water runs away at first contact leaving clear lines of sight that are free from large drops and water marks. It makes the lenses extremely easy to clean and provides additional scratch-resistance.GRILAMID TR90 FRAMESGrilamid TR90 is without question the best frame material for sports eyewear. It’s highly flexible, ultra-durable and extremely lightweight, making our frames very accommodating, comfortable, safe, and long-lasting. The flexibility of our TR90 frames is a big reason why they’re so comfortable, durable, and safe-ideal for almost any athletic endeavor.

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