Ryders Swerve Pro – Sport Sunglasses: Reviews
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Makes sense that a sunglasses maison in Pacific coast Canada, where sunlight gets fuzzed up with airborne moisture, would get the tint right. Orange photochromic poly lenses destroyed mist and punched up depth in low to medium light. We prefered this slender wrap on a road bike: The helmet-friendly frames are flattish on top, with adjustable nose pads so the Swerve Pro sits just right in head-down riding position. The bikiest feature is the nonpolarized lenses, which let slick pavement show and contain cutouts at the top for defogging ventilation at speed. Way out front in value. Not Rx-able. ryderseyewear.com
Sport/Street Crossover: 1.5