Shimano S-Phyre Ridescape GR Sunglasses: Getting Rolling
Now how about those ‘magnetic lenses’? Well, they do pop off the frames with a bit of effort, and reattach with a reassuring pop.
Gravel Grinder News: Shimano Sunglasses, Ritchey Gravel Grips, Bookman Lights
The Gravel Grinder News is back with items from Shimano, Ritchey, and a set of lights from Sweden. Let’s get started
￼Bolle’ Volt Glasses & ECO React MIPS Helmet: At The Finish
Bolle’ Volt Glasses & ECO React MIPS Helmet: At The Finish – by Grannygear Editor’s Note: The introduction to this Bolle’ review can be seen…
Bolle’ Icarus/Volt Glasses & ECO React MIPS Helmet: Getting Rolling
At Sea Otter I was able to visit the Bolle booth and look at some of the newer items they had for 2022. Here are two things we have on review.
Rudy Project Cutline Sunglasses: At The Finish
I really ended up enjoying the Cutline glasses with the Photochromic lenses over the mirrored ones. This Photochromic choice allows you to have one lens to use in most conditions. I could ride in the dark into daylight and vice versa.
Rudy Project Cutline Sunglasses: Checkpoint
Recently I introduced the Rudy Project Cutline sunglasses which are still under review here. After a good month or so of rides, I am back to give you my thoughts on how they are performing for me
Rudy Project Cutline Sunglasses: Getting Rolling
Rudy Project continues to innovate in the cycling eyewear space and their Cutline model is one of their most recent efforts. Suggested for cycling and running sports, the Cutline has two basic ranges- mirrored lens or the Photochromic lens types. Both have various colors and combinations available.