Ryders Eyewear Aero Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's

Ryders Eyewear Aero Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's
Ryders Eyewear Aero Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's
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Aero Photochromic Sunglasses - Women's by Ryders Eyewear
You don't want to wear your cycling sunglasses when you're riding casual commutes on a single-speed, but you're so used to those sunnies that you can't stand the sub-par performance that casual shades suffer from. The Women's Aero Photochromic Sunglasses offer a sleek, commuter-friendly style with Ryders Eyewear's most innovative optics. These Frye lenses have a photochromic performance that adjusts their tinting based off the light reflecting off it; that means the lenses will provide more shade in sunny situations, and less shade in more overcast conditions. The lenses also boost colors for a more enjoyable experience when you're cruising around town. 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.

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