SH+ Eyeware - now at Lifecycle

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New to Lifecycle is SH+'s premium eyeware. Available in a multitude of colours and styles there's a set of glasses for every rider. These new stylish glasses have taken the world by storm being the eyeware of choice by Champion Exterra Triathlete Ben Allen as well as used by multiple teams like team Neri Sottoli, team Stuttgard, team Casco Naranjas and team Ego.

Most of SH+'s glasses are compatible with SH+'s prescription clip on frame saving hundreds from other alternatives out there.

With the wide range of 15+ interchangable tinted lenses SH+ offers for varying conditions there is a lense available ensuring you've got the perfect visibility for local terrain and conditions. This is not only healthy for your eyes but provides an excellent riding experience.

Optimal comfort is achieved with SH+ technologies like adjustable nose pads and adjustable tips allowing flexibility around all contact points of the glasses to prevent uncomfortable pressure points.

Check out the entire range here.

Coming soon to Lifecycle is also SH+'s helmets, so be sure to check back soon.

 

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