Ryders Seventh Sunglasses with Velo-Polarized Lens - 2022

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The most stylish semi-rim out there. The Seventh’s flat top gives it a boxy shape that is typically found in more casual models, without sacrificing the performance benefits that make semi-rims so popular for cycling. The Seventh also features adjustable temple tips and nose pads.

Medium-Large Fit: Lens Width: 132mm

  • Hydrophillic, adjustable nose pads + temple tips
  • 100% protection from UVA, UVB, UVC + harmful, high-energy light to 400nm
  • Distortion-free lenses that prevent eye fatigue when worn for long periods of time
  • Scratch-resistant hard coating


The benefits of Polarized, antiFOG lenses, fine-tuned for road cyclists. Why do so many cyclists insist that polarized lenses aren’t for them? Three reasons: normal polarized lenses can hide slippery surfaces, they can black out the LCD screens on cycling computers, and they can produce undesirable optical anomalies that alter depth perception on features like sewer covers, windshields, and road patches. The veloPOLAR lens is fine-tuned to give road cyclists the benefi ts of a polarized lens without the compromises, allowing it to filter out the blinding part of the glare without hiding a slippery surface or blacking out an LCD screen. It even minimizes optical anomalies and utilizes our antiFOG and hydrophobic coatings so the lens remains as clear as possible for your entire ride. It’s the ultimate in clarity, definition, and fog resistance, and it’s the fi rst lens of its kind specifically developed for road cyclists.


Grilamid TR90 is without question the best frame material for sports eyewear. It’s highly flexible, ultra-durable and extremely lightweight, making our frames very accommodating, comfortable, safe, and long-lasting. The flexibility of our TR90 frames is a big reason why they’re so comfortable, durable, and safe—ideal for almost any athletic endeavor.

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