Balance yourself between style and performance with the 100% Type-S sunglasses. These shades were designed with riding in mind, featuring a full wrap design to keep your frame secure on your face regardless of your activity at hand, so they won't wiggle around on you when the trail gets rough. The classic frame design passes on the street or at an outdoor concert just as well as it does on the trail, with both stealthy and bold bright colors available, along with an array of mirrored lenses to fit every rider's style. 100%'s performance lenses lay claim to some of the best vision quality, and harness contrast and color boosting while providing the UV protection you need to aid in taking care of your retinas. Since nobody wants to end up with a shattered lens particle in their eye from a major crash, 100% uses shatter-proof polycarbonate construction in their performance lenses for protection and durability. The Type S frames come with a few different lens options, including Peakpolar and HiPER lenses. Peakpolar lenses are designed with the perfect balance between a standard and polarized lens in mind, it won't black out the screen of your cycling computer or smart phone, but maintains color-boosting and glare reduction properties of a polarized lens, capturing the best qualities of both options. HiPER lenses provide ultra-high definition that further enhances contrast and detail, and with boosted contrast you'll have an easier time defining trail characteristics that can save you from a berm blasting blowout on loose rock.
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