On your next ride, rather than resignedly grabbing the same pair of grubby sunglasses you've used for a few years -- the ones you're always moving around while you're riding, trying to relieve temple pressure or situate more securely -- reach for a pair of Uvex Sportstyle 700 sunnies for eye protection that fits well, functions well, and most likely looks a lot cooler than your old glasses. Uvex's litemirror tinting shields your eyes especially well in the presence of harmful infrared and UVA, UVB, and UVC rays, reflecting them away before they have a chance to do any ocular damage. Understanding the importance of comfort, Uvex designed the Sportstyle 700s with adjustable, cold formable ear pieces to help you avoid throbbing temples at the end of a full day on the trails. Nose pads keep the glasses from sliding around as you're exposed to the sun on long, hot climbs, further helping to take the pressure off of your temples. As a finishing touch, the lenses each have two small ventilation cutouts to facilitate airflow and help you avoid the dreaded foggy patch that so often obscures the lenses on other glasses. 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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