Tough curved-lens sunglasses for cycling. Polarising lenses Effectively block out reflected light without distorting the image, while reducing any irritating reflected glare Polycarbonate lens First-rate optical features and impact resistance - extraordinary lightness, with a low refraction index - solvent and scratch resistant Off Centre Lens The axis of the focal centre is aligned with the focal centre of the eyes so they don't tire. The curvature provides essential protection from sunlight and insects, and doesn't distort what you see Water Repellent Lens The lenses are treated so any drops of water simply slide off, giving you perfect visibility even when it's raining or the lenses are wet Adjustable nose pads give you a perfect fit.
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|Designed for||MTB, Road|
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Cycling specific sunglasses and goggles differ from regular models, offering greater coverage to protect your eyes, as well as design features to prevent misting. Each model will be heavily reduced from the retail price - so you can look cool and save some cash at the same time.
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Founded by Gianni Piva in the 1980s in the Italian town of Montebelluna, Northwave is owned by the Piva family. It wasn't until the 1990s that products on cycling shoes began, having previously been a snowboard equipment manufacturer. 1993 marked their first MTB shoe, and in 1996, Paola Pezzo won the first XC MTB Olympic gold wearing their products. Success on the road followed shortly afterwards, with Ivan Gotti's victory in the 1997 Giro d'Italia, followed by a second Olympic gold for Pezzo in 2000. Subsequent iconic cyclists to have won using the Northwave brand include Cipollini, Gunn-Rita Dahle, Boonen, Gilbert and Cancellara. For more information on their current range of cycling products, please visit http://northwave.com/ or to read about their history here.