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Something we can agree on, 100%.
Here at Competitive, it seems like we always have a clash of opinions between our elite road cyclists and enduro riders on staff; it's rare, if at all, that we can all come together on one thing we all can enjoy, but 100% manages to tackle that feat with the Speedcraft Sunglasses. When it comes to construction, we all want a tough and reliable lens, and the Grillamid TR90 LXS frames provide a secure fit with their fully wrapped design, so whether you're on mile 99 of your century, or blasting down rock gardens on your enduro sled, frame slip can remain the last thing on your mind. Arm-scoops along the temples manage moisture, letting your skin breathe, so sweat doesn't cause uncomfortable sticky spots along your frame, and thermoplastic elastomer pads provide comfort for all day riding.
Another thing we can agree on is that a large field of vision is critical when we're on the bike, and the Speedcraft captures this with their unique shape. Topview technology increases vertical visibility when in the riding position, and wide lenses offer cylindrical shield to offer a clean transition as your eye moves across the lens, topped with protection from dust, mud, and road debris. 100%'s polycarbonate lenses are said to be shatterproof, which may sound like overkill, but could be an eye saver in the event of a would-be lens-shattering crash.
You can enjoy a huge range of color and lens options with the Speedcraft sunglasses as well, with color combinations from black on black stealth, to crazy-bright white and neon orange that may require sunglasses just to look at. Whatever your preferences, there's a color combination available that will suit your needs, and every pair of Speedcrafts come along with a hard sport-case, microbag, and additional interchangeable clear shield lens for you to switch things up as needed.
- Versatile sunglasses from the peloton to the rock garden
- Fully wrapped frame stays secure on your face
- Retina-saving UV protection
- Never fear lens fragments with shatterproof lenses
- Stay comfortable with thermoplastic nose and temple pads
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What do you think about this product?
September 17, 2019
Doesn't work with Kask Mojito helmet
I was looking forward to using these but was so upset to find that the arms are so long that they come into contact with that part of my Kask Mojito helmet that's just behind my ear! No matter what I tried I could not get it to sit right on my face, which sucks because they are such nice shades. Sadly I had to go w the Oakley Jawbreaker since it has an adjustable arm. That said, I don't see why all high end shades like these can't be fitted with adjustable arm technology. It's a no-brainer.
February 13, 2019
Thats right 1000% awesome. I own a bunch of nice bike glasses. Just can't beat these for full wind and weather exposure.
October 16, 2018
Goggle protection in Glasses form
When you ride often, it's only a matter of time before mud or gravel ends up in your face. Good eye protection is as essential to trail and downhill riding as knee pads, in my opinion. I got these on the recommendation from two friends who swear by them - so far, I'm loving the super wide protection. They fully cover the eyes and occipital region of your face, and the lens quality is excellent. Bonus points for coming with a nice case, an extra nose piece for a dialed fit, and both a dark and clear lens for various terrain/lighting. I plan to pick up a bronze lens, as well, for riding through the trees in peak light. There are even nice cutouts in the case's foam that allow you to store the glasses and two extra lenses (nice touch). They fit nice and snug for me, but over a 5-hour ride this weekend never become uncomfortable - in fact, I forgot they were there. 5 stars from this guy!
May 8, 2018
Like lightweight goggles
These are amazing!!! Lens quality is so clear. Coverage is amazing, feels like wearing a pair of 100% goggles but lighter. Love the full wrap around coverage and bonus for style points
April 6, 2018
Are the pictures for the multilayer purple the wrong frame? It seems to switch styles completely from the other Speedcraft glasses.