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Buy Ryders Aero Fyre Sunglasses with Anti-Fog – 2019 – Review

Ryders Aero Fyre Sunglasses with Anti-Fog - 2019 price

Review for Ryders Aero Fyre Sunglasses with Anti-Fog – 2019

The front-mounted shield lens gives the Aero loads of style but don’t be fooled, this model isn’t just for strutting around town in your most uncomfortable shoes. From its crazy high-tech FYRE lens to its hydrophillic components, the Aero has been designed from the ground up to go as fast as its name suggests.FYRE Lens The lens to change everything Highly responsive to its surroundings, the FYRE lens is in constant state of reaction, enhancing colors and adapting to light conditions. The result is a vibrant and crystal clear visual experience through a lens that is continuously optimizing for performance. The range from its lightest to darkest state spans an incredible three categories. As it moves into the sun it boosts the most important tones, accelerating and improving the recognition of specific colors by 20% when compared to the human eye. It’s high-quality antiFOG coating is permanently bonded to the lens, never requiring reapplication. As if that’s not enough, the FYRE lens is NXT meaning it’s cast from a proprietary polymer that provides extreme impact resistance and superior optics. Grilamid TR90 frames Grilamid TR90 is without question the ideal frame material for sports eyewear. It’s highly flexible, ultra-durable and extremely lightweight, making Ryders frames very accommodating, comfortable, safe and long-lasting. It’s like all the positive attributes of a yogi, a tank and your grandma packed into one incredible material. Medium fit: 162mm arms, 130mm across the front Hydrophilic nose pads and temple tips Includes three sizes of replaceable nose pads for a custom fit

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