High performance sunglasses with photochromic lenses that automatically adapt to changing light levels in your environment.
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Ryders’ Seventh Photo Grey Lens Sunglasses come with dual injection moulded polycarbonate lenses which offer a large surface area of protection and optical clarity. The lenses are specially positioned to be optically correct to minimise distortion for a more restful vision experience which reduces vision fatigue.
To keep your vision, clear the lenses come with a hydrophobic and oleophobic lens coating which stops water from pooling and water marks to form. Also helping to keep your vision clear is a scratch resistant coating.
Photochromic lens technology automatically adapts the lens coverage to provide the best light transmission level for your current lighting environment. This means when training in bright lighting environments the lenses will darken. Meanwhile, when you’re training in a low lighting environment the lens will lighten.
The Grilamid TR90 frame construction keeps the frame lightweight and flexible whilst also ensuring a great level of strength and durability. For stability and keeping the frame in position the nose pads and temple tips are adjustable and coated in a hydrophilic rubber.
In the early 80’s, mountain biking was only just emerging as a sport. The bikes were bad, the clothing was worse, and the brakes were terrifying. Over just a few years its popularity grew considerably with a scene developing in Whistler and on Vancouver’s notorious North Shore.By the mid-80’s, gear was more accessible and the sport was progressing rapidly. 1986 brought about the first ever Canadian Mountain Bike Championships. The competition spanned a few days and finished in Whistler with local boy, Brent Martin, coming out on top. Shortly after being crowned Canadian Champion, Brent founded RYDERS EYEWEAR. His goal was simple—provide cyclists of all stripes with high quality, performance-oriented eyewear that they wouldn’t hesitate to use, especially in the most destructive conditions. But it wasn’t just about eyewear and bikes. He was determined to remain actively entrenched in the cycling community. For the past 30 years, RYDERS has stayed true to Brent’s vision. These deep roots in the Northwest are of vital importance to who we are today. Not only are we still headquartered in North Vancouver, but our overwhelming sense of community—in our backyard and afar—our drive for adventure, and our love for providing like-minded people with hard-working gear are unstoppable forces. Lucky for all of us, zebra striped tights and toe clips were very stoppable forces, no thanks whatsoever to cantilever brakes.
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