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Who needs rims?
Rims are important. At least they are on cars and bikes; you won't care about sunglasses rims after you put on the Ryders Via Sunglasses. The rimless design provides excellent venting and an unobstructed field of vision as you rip.
Ryders lenses are distortion-free and provide full protection against 100% of UVA, UVB, and UVC rays, and high energy light to 400 nanometers. The Via's injected polycarbonate lenses laugh at any force that comes into its path, because they are shatterproof and have a scratch-resistant hard coating. Heck, even water is afraid of the hydrophobic coating that leaves lenses free of droplets and water marks. Adjust the nose pads so you get the best fit possible with the lightweight, flexible, and durable TR-90 frames. No rims make you grin.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Polycarbonate lens
- TR-90 nylon frame
- Rimless design
- Adjustable, hydrophilic nose pads
- Medium fit
- Item #REW000B
- Q & A
Good for road biking.... Quality for a reasonable price.
Nice like Glen Rice.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
So first of all, the no frame tech is killer. I've been struggling with thick frames for a while and wanted some frame-less shades to ride in that wouldn't break the bank so here we are! I use the red with the permission lens and they are fantastic in the morning when there is lower light as well as mid day when the sun is blazing. They hug my head nicely and the nose piece is adjustable so that helped to get a better fit. I just rode 120 miles in them and I only have 1 issue. They hug your face very close.. its actually awesome until you really start to sweat and it pools in my eyebrows then will drip down the lens right in front of your eye... maybe I just have Chewbacca eyebrows.. but on a long climb that did get annoying. Besides that they feel like they are not even there. Ill see if I can find a picture from the ride with them on.