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Tifosi Cycling Sunglasses and Goggles

Any keen cyclist should own a pair of Tifosi cycling sunglasses or goggles, as they can offer increased protection for your eyes when out cycling. Tifosi sunglasses are created specifically for cyclists and have many specific benefits over general everyday sunglasses.

The benefit of cycling sunglasses

Although the main job of sunglasses or goggles is to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays, cycling sunglasses also protect your eyes from other foreign objects when cycling. Dust, dirt and other small objects have the potential of damaging your eyes when on your bicycle and a pair of cycling sunglasses can help to keep your eyes protected. All Tifosi bike goggles provide protection from UV rays.

Available lenses and tints

Cycling sunglasses are available with a range of different lenses in a selection of colours and tints. Some sets of Tifosi sunglasses have interchangeable lenses, allowing you to effortlessly change the lenses in your glasses to suit different lighting conditions.

Tifosi cycling sunglasses are lightweight and flexible, making them extremely comfortable to be worn for long periods. Though lightweight, Tifosi glasses are also highly strong and durable with a long lifespan.

Adjustable features

Some styles of Tifosi sunglasses feature adjustable ear pads and an adjustable nose pad. These pads allow you to adapt the glasses to fit comfortably to the shape of your face and increase comfort.

Tifosi cycling sunglasses can also be used for running and other non-contact sports, as they are designed to remain in place when you are exercising.

Different frames and styles

There are a range of different styles and frames available, enabling you to find a pair of Tifosi cycling glasses to suit your style. Whether you are looking for retro tortoise shell frames or something more modern, there are plenty of designs available to choose from.

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