Rallying down a high-speed and slightly overgrown trail or switchbacky mountain road requires your full attention and both hands on the bars. Taking a hand off to push your sunglasses back up your nose or wipe off condensation is a no-no, something that the designers at 100% may have reflected on when they were rubber-side up in some trailside bushes. That's why they built the Speedcraft SL Sport Sunglasses to stay put on your nose, fight off fog, and provide an unobstructed view for safety and speed on serious descents. The Speedcraft SL is slightly smaller than the classic Speedcraft, but the first thing you'll probably spot is the single undivided lens, which lets you see uninterrupted both horizontally and vertically without having to move your head up and down and tweak your neck. 100% also designed the lens to sit a little further away from your face than usual to allow more fog-fighting airflow. Hydrophilic nose pads stick to your face even when you get sweaty on the never-ending climbs between ripping descents, and the two included lenses let you choose between sunny and low-light options.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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