Ryders Eyewear Nimby Sunglasses- Anti-fog Lens

Ryders Eyewear Nimby Sunglasses- Anti-fog Lens
Ryders Eyewear Nimby Sunglasses- Anti-fog Lens
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Nimby Sunglasses- Anti-fog Lens by Ryders Eyewear
Whether you're ripping at the bike park or pedaling your commuter across town, Ryders Eyewear Nimby Sunglasses With Anti-Fog Lenses deliver the optical performance and eye protection needed to have a good time on your bike. Like all Ryders Eyewear sunglasses, the Nimby is tailored to the needs of cyclists with special anti-fog lenses, crafted from an impact-resistant polycarbonate material for protection from UV rays. The lenses even feature a Hydroloeophobic lens coating, making moisture from sweat and rain, as well as oil from fingerprints, roll off the lenses for crystal-clear views. Ensuring a comfortable fit, the Nimbys feature adjustable nose and temple pads that will hug the face for a slip-free fit. 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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