When hitting the road in the Ride 100% Speedtrap Sunglases its best to be wary of changing speed limits, and lurking police officers. While these aggressive looking shades might not actually boost your speed on the bike, their bold and sharp styling will be sure to make you look fast, which can be a punishable offense in some states, or so we've been told. The Speedtrap Sunglasses are perfect for hitting the road or trail, with lightweight lenses that shield your eyes from harmful UV rays, and protect them with high-impact polycarbonate. Wrapped up with a custom-molded Grilamid frame, you can count on the Speedtrap to withstand warp-speeds from barreling down singletrack, or charging forward to breakaway from the peloton. The Speedtrap Sunglasses feature styling akin to the fan-favorite Speedcraft shades we saw on Sagan last year, but with a fully-wrapped lens that provides a bit more security. They use the same Topview upper-profile, with extended field of vision in the center for enhanced vision when you're down in the bars, and a wide profile with cylindrical shaping to help your eye move seamlessly across the lens. At the bottom, unlike the Speedcraft which remain open, the Speedtrap have a frame continuing across, with vents that channel air upward to keep the lenses from fogging when things get damp, and maintaining rigid durability. Despite their fully-wrapped frame, these shades still feature easy to change lenses, with a new quick-release system that allows you to swap between lenses in seconds. If the lighting changes drastically, you'll want to bust out your mirror lenses for extra cool-points.
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