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Whether it’s intense cyclocross racing in dreary winter weather, adventure gravel riding in & out of forest cover, or even classic road rides in blistering sunshine, the next-generation interchangeable Ridescape lenses are each adapted to “emphasize colors” and “highlight surfaces” no matter what type of terrain you ride… Shimano Ridescape sunglasses
all c. Shimano The newest tech here are Shimano’s Ridescape lenses which come in six different colors, each tailored to enhance your vision in certain riding conditions. Ridescape ES for extra shielding in sunny bright riding, HC for filtering out harshness in regular daylight, RD for all-around road riding sharpness, GR for gravel-specific surface contrast boosting, OR for off-road sharpness in and out of roots, rocks & trees, and CL to reduce glare and boost light transmission in dark riding.
“ Details that would normally be washed out, dull, or flat become more clearly defined, vibrant and vivid. “ S-Phyre 2.0 eyewear
The 2nd generation updated Shimano S-Phyre Ridescape sunglasses are the more premium of the two new offerings, with a new magnetic lens clip design to make it easier and faster to tailor your eyewear to the conditions – or even easier to just clean the lens. Featuring slightly larger lens coverage overall, these new S-Phyre shades keep a similar layout to the previous half-frames, with a straight upper frame that transitions back to the folding temples, plus a non-slip clip-on nosepiece. […]
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