Shimano CE-S71R Cycling Sunglasses

Shimano CE-S71R Cycling Sunglasses
$69.99
CE-S71R Cycling Sunglasses by Shimano
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Shimano CE-S71R Cycling Sunglasses

For you, cycling sunglasses don't have to be a fashion statement, but they do need to do their job every time you wear them, every day of the season. You don't have much patience for fads, trends, and shiny new-releases, and you're not alone. Classic, functional, and reliable, Shimano's CE-S71R Cycling Sunglasses were built to protect your eyes, not attract attention, giving you wide angle vision and features you'll directly benefit from on the bike. When you're out on the roads, you'll be peering through CE-S71R's interchangeable polycarbonate lenses. They have an anti-fog and anti-scratch treatment to ready them for humid days and ill-intentioned road debris while full UV400 protection saves your eyes on the brightest days. Even when you're dripping sweat or riding through rain, the lenses' hydrophilic coating will help shed water to keep the glasses' wide field of vision clear. The frames themselves are made with lightweight, durable Grillamid, CNC-molded for a precise fit that you can further fine-tune by swapping the reversible nose piece. On the ends of the temples, Shimano adds non-toxic TPE tips to make sure you don't spend the majority of your ride constantly pushing your sunglasses back into place. 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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