Giro Filter - Sunglasses : Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Giro Filter - Sunglasses : Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Temples that snug perfectly under a helmet + wide-wrap polycarbonate lenses that fend off wind + airflow between lens and cheekbone to fight fogging + no-fuss lens interchangeability for all-conditions riding = great cycling shades. With a twist of the inconspicuous cams at the frames' upper outer corners, lenses swap out easy as pie. (Gray and "rose silver" included; five others available.) And the high-end Zeiss optics are free of distortion, providing crisp views. Note: The lack of polarization is on purpose; you need a little glare to see hazardous slick spots in the rain.

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