Tifosi Optics Davos Sunglasses - Men's

Tifosi Optics Davos Sunglasses - Men's
Tifosi Optics Davos Sunglasses - Men's
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Davos Sunglasses - Men's by Tifosi Optics
Long road rides under the searing sun and tough trail runs over rugged terrain require sunglasses that can keep up. The Tifosi Optics Davos Sunglasses deliver pro-level performance at a price that leaves plenty of cash leftover for race fees and equipment upgrades. The larges lens design and sporty wrap ensure unobstructed vision so you can spot everything on the road, and vents in the lenses prevent fog buildup during grueling climbs or in humid environments. Fully adjustable nose and ear pads allow you to dial in the perfect fit, and they're made with hydrophilic rubber so they actually get grippier when wet, meaning they won't slip no matter how much you sweat or hard it rains.

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SKU: TIF002C
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