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Rocking a streamline frame and lens combination, the Tifosi Altar Interchangeable Sunglasses bridge the gap between lifestyle and sport shades. Swap out the lenses depending on the light conditions when you head out to play and when you work up a sweat the ventilated lens technology helps to keep things fog-free. More geared towards the ladies, these shades fit a range of face sizes thanks to adjustable arms that sit comfortably on your ears.

  • Grilamid TR-90 frame resists high-impact damage when you're biking, running, or getting generally extreme
  • Fixed hydrophilic temple and nose pieces grip your skin even if you're working up a sweat
  • Glare Guard glare reducer cuts down the harmful effects of the sun which cause unnecessary eye fatigue
  • Ventilated lens design allows air to pass through when you're on the move, which minimizes fogging

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Great for cycling

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have a large head and sensitive temples, so it's hard to find glasses that fit well. I've had these for four months now and have gone on many long rides with them, and have been really pleased! They stay in place and don't pinch, and I love the interchangeable lenses for different conditions.

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What are the GT, and EC lenses like ???...

What are the GT, and EC lenses like ??? I gather the AC red would be best for cycling on rails trails (predominantly shady conditions) . My old Ryders wore out on the arms :( and I need a replacement asap.They were orangey yellowish-----not sure exactly but I loved them . They took the edge off in bright light too. I want something as close to them as possible, No bottom frame for better field of vision....

what is the size/fit on these? I have a...

what is the size/fit on these? I have a small head (not awkward small) just a smaller frame face/head. Will these fit or fall off my face?

Over time, how well does this lens continue...

Over time, how well does this lens continue to stay in place along the top rail. Thanks.

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have had of similar glasses from more than a few brands in a variety of price ranges. i have yet to find a brand that does not get loose and rattly over time. i wouldnt trust this $60 pair to do any better. spy worked the best and longest for me, but the ones i still wear are no longer manufactured.