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RayZor Cycling Sunglasses

All RayZor Professional Sports Sunglasses have been designed with Specific Sports in mind.


RayZor Cycling Sunglasses not only look good while out on your bike, their light weight materials make them ideal for Sports.


The RayZor Designer Revo lens not only blocks out all the harmful UV400 rays but allows for fuller clarity in bright sunlight, this clearer vision allows a perfect view of all the hazards on the road or cross country.


The RayZor Frames are all Face Hugging and ensure that no sunlight comes over the top or around the sides of the frames and ensures that dirt or grit won't get in your eyes.


RayZor Recommends the windshield Lens for Cyclists.



Whether you imagine yourself to be the next Chris Froome or prefer a leisurely cycle around the countryside, there are a number of eyewear considerations for the keen cyclist. The sun can cause long-term damage to your eyes and can lead to many health problems including cataracts, which I’m sure you’re keen to avoid.


Sunglasses provide the usual essential protection if you want to save your eyesight from the dangers of UVA and UVB rays. However, glasses have another important aspect for an eager cyclist. If you like cycling throughout the year, there are a number of irritations that glasses can protect you against. In the summer months, there are the many bugs which unerringly seem to search out your eyes to land in. And even on still days, the wind can be painful and cause your eyes to water. The wind is still an issue in the winter, but rain, snow, and sleet can add to the discomfort. Sunglasses can be a huge asset in improving your comfort during a long ride.


It goes without saying that you should be wearing a helmet, but that causes problems for traditional sunglasses. Glasses that are made specifically for cycling will fit with a helmet and also have a tight grip. This means that they won't slip off when your head moves. Occasionally, cycle tracks lead close to bushes or trees, and an anti-scratch coating can be very useful. If you accidentally cycle too close, then any branches that hit you won't harm the lenses. It is also a lifesaver if you accidentally drop them while having a well-earned rest.